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Photos of New England | Weekly Instagram

Photos of New England | Weekly Instagram

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Yankee Magazine‘s editors and contributors have been snapping photos all over New England for our Instagram feed.  Here we present a sampling of  their most popular photos from February, March, and April of 2015. View Details

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Autumn in New Hampshire

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I spotted this tree alongside a lake near Wolfboro during a visit for my 50th birthday. View Photo »

Trees and Pond in Beartown State Forest

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Taken on a rainy day in September 2003 at a beaver pond at Beartown State Forest in Massachusetts.... View Photo »

Covered Bridge

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Covered Bridge in Vermont. I especially like the reflection in the water. View Photo »

Fly Fisherman

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Taken from a bridge in Pottersville, New York, on Schroon River. View Photo »

Colorful Harkness

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This is a picture taken at Harkness State park during the fall. View Photo »

Fall at Harkness

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This is a picture taken at Harkness State Park in Waterford, Connecticut, during the fall season. View Photo »

Flag on Captain’s Pond

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Flag waving in the afternoon breeze. View Photo »

Allen House circa 1720

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Taken in October 2002. View Photo »

18th Century House

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Taken in October 2002 with an old Pentax SLR with a 50 mm lens and 400 speed film.... View Photo »

Allen House circa 1720

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Taken in October 2002. View Photo »

Fall Morning

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Taken in Rocky Gorge along 112, View Photo »

Solitary Monadnock

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Mount Monadnock Summit during a deep freeze, winter 2002 View Photo »

Temple Sunset

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This photo was taken from the backside of Temple Mountain. View Photo »

Western Massachusetts

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Reflection of house and foliage in a pond View Photo »

Old Deerfield

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Eighteenth century house in Old Deerfield, Massachusetts. View Photo »

Old Deerfield

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Wilson Printing house. View Photo »

Lordship, CT

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Beautiful shot of the river and my sister-in-law's backyard in Stratford, Connecticut. View Photo »

Red Gold

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This is from Atkinson, New Hampshire. View Photo »

Pumpkin Kid

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Picture of my grandaughter Leah in the pumpkin patch at the Lopez Ranch in Los Angeles. ... View Photo »

Sunset on the Quinnipiac River

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While waiting for the fireworks to begin on the 4th of July we were treated to a beautiful... View Photo »

Winter in West Swanzey

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Early Snow

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An early snow blankets the Piscataquog River in New Boston, New Hampshire. View Photo »

Misty Morning

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A peaceful scene on Cheshire Pond, Jaffrey, New Hampshire. View Photo »

Autumn Marsh

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A colorful marsh in southern New Hampshire. View Photo »

Autumn Splendor

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Stump Pond in Merrimack, New Hampshire. View Photo »

The Mending Wall

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"Good fences make good neighbors," wrote poet Robert Frost in "The Mending Wall." This photo, was taken at... View Photo »

Pumpkin Cart

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Complementary hues of blue and orange attract visitors to a farmstand in Litchfield, New Hampshire. View Photo »



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