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13. Where to Find the Color

13. Where to Find the Color
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by in Sep 2007

A biodiverse forest is what we think of first for the most dramatic displays, but it’s not just the treetops that capture the color. Look also for low-lying blueberry bush barrens, streams where leaves have caught on the bottom, and gardens with fall-blooming flowers such as chrysanthemums. Best advice: Buy a DeLorme map and explore secondary roads.

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