Fall in New England is something you have to see to believe. I know you've probably heard about it more times than you care to, and listening to locals and frequent visitors go on and on about it may get tiring. As a Massachusetts transplant, however, let me tell you that it's everything you hear about and more. In fact, fall in New England is one of the reasons I know I want to live here the rest of my life. Photos of a New England autumn don't look real. You'd swear they'd all been photoshopped, until you have the opportunity to see them up close. I hope that some day you all get to visit one of the New England states, at least, but until then, let me show you a little bit of this glorious season.
1. New England Stream
Like I said, photos of fall in New England look like they've been photoshopped. There are all sorts of hidden streams, rivers, and ponds that produce autumn sights like this.