It’s one of the most beautiful times of the year to be in New England. In the autumn months, people from all over the country, and all over the world, come to our state to see our remarkable fall foliage.
We’re well into the fall season, and the leaves on the trees have been changing color for several weeks now. According to mainefoliage.com, most of Maine has already seen it’s peak. However, southern areas of the state along the coast have only just begun. That means that there’s still plenty of time for you to get out and take it all in.
The Facebook group Maine Fall Foliage has posted some stunning photography of fall foliage right here in the Pine Tree State. There are also some great pics on Twitter. Here are a few of our favorites that we found:
— Mark Tarello (@mark_tarello) September 29, 2020
ALLAGASH BREWING FOLIAGE REPORT: Up here in Maine, we’ve got full-on fall foliage. We’ve got orange poofers. Ruby-red droppers. Green prickly ones. Stick your camera by a river, zoom it way out, and you’ve got yourself a framer. THIS HAS BEEN THE ALLAGASH BREWING FOLIAGE REPORT. pic.twitter.com/tglJvgdW3B
— Allagash Brewing Co (@AllagashBrewing) September 28, 2020
???????? Fall foliage in Rangeley, Maine, submitted by MacKenzie McMillin into into our 6th annual #DownEastReaderPhotoContest. Submit and vote for your favorite Maine photos! ➡️ https://t.co/FYsDGN5RSK
— Down East Magazine (@MagazineofMaine) October 3, 2020
????Tiger Hill Community Forest in #Sebago, ME
— Loon Echo Land Trust (@LoonEchoLT) October 2, 2020
— Elizabeth Noyes (@ENoyes5246) September 28, 2020
Peak fall foliage being reported across much of Mainehttps://t.co/W2W5aGbego
— Steve Bottari (@WMTWSteve) September 30, 2020
Have you taken any great fall foliage pics here in Maine? If so, we’d love to see them! Share your pics in a comment on the Facebook post, and check back here later this month for a gallery of some of the best!