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Foliage Reporter Jim Salge Returns for the 2014 Foliage Season

Foliage Reporter Jim Salge Returns for the 2014 Foliage Season
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Posted Friday, August 1st, 2014

Jim SalgeFoliage reporter Jim Salge will be returning for the 2014 foliage season to provide Yankee readers with weekly foliage updates beginning on August 20th. He’ll also be sharing his experiences as a photographer and providing you with great tips on how to take better photos.

As a former meteorologist at the Mount Washington Observatory, Jim is a keen observer of the progression of the seasons in New England. He’ll use his knowledge of weather, geography and climate to pinpoint the best time to visit various New England locations to find the best light, atmosphere, and most importantly, color.

Jim has a deep routed appreciation for the nature and the wilderness, which has manifested itself into numerous outdoor pursuits. He spends his free time exploring the New England landscape, often beginning before dawn, and staying out after sunset, immersing himself in the ecology of the natural environment. He has long enjoyed hiking, fly fishing, mountain biking and cross country skiing, but now plans these activities to complement his photography.

2 Responses to Foliage Reporter Jim Salge Returns for the 2014 Foliage Season

  1. Vernon Winders August 19, 2014 at 11:38 am #

    Dear Jim Salge,

    My name is Vernon Winders, and I have never been to New England, and would love to come there and enjoy the fall foliage. Sugar Maples being my favorite fall foliage tree, I am hoping to you can tell me the best places to go, and the best time to do this for this year, 2014.

    I thank you so kindly for any information on seeing these kinds of trees and their foliage, as well as, a good place to stay for lodging while I am there?

    Vernon Winders

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