Oct 12, 2015 - 3 Comments - Fall, Foliage, Long Exposure, New Hampshire, Waterfall -

Garwin Falls

Garwin Falls

As we move further into October, we continue to be a bit short of peak colors here in central New England.  I’ve been trying to get out each weekend to see the progress, and was able to get out for a short trip yesterday.  My destination was Garwin Falls in Wilton, NH, and yesterday was my first time visiting it.  It’s a beautiful waterfall, it’s reasonably close to my house, and I was the only one there.  Couldn’t have been a better morning.  Even the sun stayed hidden behind overcast skies for the  first few hours of the morning, giving the falls and the trees the soft, even light they deserve.

The colors are definitely on their way towards peak, and I spent the better part of the morning exploring the area.  This is one of the more traditional views of the falls, and with lots of water flowing from recent rains, it did not disappoint.  I’ll have more images from here to share in future posts.

3 Responses to Garwin Falls

  1. Margie

    Beautiful work as usual Steven

    12 Oct 2015 - Reply
    • Steven Perlmutter

      Thanks Margie!

      12 Oct 2015 - Reply
  2. Michael Criswell

    A beauty Steven

    13 Oct 2015 - Reply

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