On the shore there is fire, and that fire is beautiful.

fiery autumn shore on baxter lake, nh

As I eagerly await this years first autumn visit to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, I’ve looked to autumns past for inspiration. Here’s an image from “our” lake captured a few years ago.

Edit: I just realized that this is my 200th post ๐Ÿ˜€

32 thoughts on “Autumn On Baxter Lake

    1. Thanks! Stay tuned, because autumn is coming into full swing in the northern parts of the state, and I plan to spend the entire day, sunrise to sunset, in the mountains on Sunday. Pics to follow!

    1. They’re just starting here. The swamp maples always turn first. The northern part of the state is coming very close to peak now. Which is why I’m heading north on Sunday ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. Absolutely stunning. It captures two things I love to photograph the most…autumn and reflections. I enjoy your photography a lot.

    1. Thanks Ruth. I think it’s the maples that really set the northeast apart. Most places that have any kind of fall foliage to speak of have some yellows and oranges. But the reds we get on the maples, mixed in the the yellows and golds, is what makes the region the place to go for the best fall color.

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