This is the second entry in my Travel Journal from a solo trip I made through upstate New York in October 2013. I arrived in Lake George late that first night after stopping SO MANY times to take pictures (see Travels through Upstate NY (Part 1)). The next morning, I drove up to Fort Ticonderoga, which had unfortunately just closed for the season so I couldn’t go in. So, instead I turned around and headed back, stopping often to take images of old barns and buildings that were falling down (which is another thing I love: dilapidated old stuff!) and the beautiful fall foliage. I meandered through a quaint graveyard, turned off on random roads just to explore, and rejoiced when the sun FINALLY came out! This was a great day: just me and my camera seeing the world.
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I love fall, these images remind me of the season ahead. Beautiful images.
I LOVE fall too, Stephanie! … although, I’d love it more if it wasn’t followed by winter 😉
So is this what fall looks like? I wouldnt know here in houston!
Lucky girl, Leigh! That means you’re not so familiar with winter either! ;P
So pretty!!! Love the scenery!