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Connecticut Foliage Drive | Photographs

Connecticut Foliage Drive | Photographs
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Who doesn’t love autumn in New England?  And what’s more appealing than a picture-perfect drive through peak fall color? This slideshow follows a favorite Connecticut foliage drive through the countryside. We explored the landscape for classic red barns, rushing rivers, and trailing rock walls — just a few of the classic scenes that attract visitors to the area each year.

Follow the Connecticut roads from Goshen to Granby, as seen through the lens of photographer Julie Bidwell.

More: Get the directions for this Connecticut foliage drive!

Heather Marcus


Heather Marcus


Heather Marcus is the photo editor for the magazine. She works closely with the art director and a large group of contributing photographers. Living in New England, she is inspired by the people, the landscape and the wonderful visual opportunities the region affords.
Updated Friday, August 15th, 2014

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2 Responses to Connecticut Foliage Drive | Photographs

  1. Lisa November 6, 2014 at 7:18 pm #

    I would like to thank you for singlehandedly making me completely homesick with these beautiful pictures of all the towns surrounding where I grew up. I love this area and dream of moving back there one day. Thank you for the pictures. The northwest corner does have a tendency to get overlooked and your pictures show how stunning it truly is there. :)

  2. Eileen Miller March 18, 2015 at 5:21 pm #

    Beautiful pictures but I live in Western N.Y. and have seen many areas here just as beautiful if not more so. We have Letchworth State Park which is considered one of the most beautiful parks in the country. We have the Finger Lakes wine trail in the fall and the scenery there is beyond beautiful. We also have the Genesee River which has some lovely waterfalls in downtown Rochester. We have Lake Ontario and lovely parks associated with it. Lighthouses, barns and farms, nice cities and plenty to do all year round! Please come and visit us and see for yourself!

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