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New England is as much about a state of mind as a place. Many people leave comments or email me and say how they grew up here but miss it terribly. They also say that my New England Photography brings them home again. I love all facets of New England, from the coast, to the farmland, to the mountains.
I try to reach all areas of New England but I have to admit that I spend most of my time in Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire. Not because they are the best but because they are the closest to Salem where I live.

Please come and visit in person or enjoy my stories and my photography and if you would like take one of my photographs home as your very own piece of New England. One that you can visit every day without even leaving your own front door.

Jeff “Foliage” Folger

Lighthouses

Lighthouses of New England


If you are interested in any of these lighthouses of New England or wish to take a look at my online gallery of Lighthouses then click this lighthouse link to my online Fine Art Gallery

New England fall foliage

New England fall foliage

This is but a few of the different views of New England autumns that I have captured over the past 17 years.
Please visit my online line Fine Art Gallery of New England Fall Foliage to locate your own little corner of New England and what we call the greatest show in New England.
Every autumn the color continually bedazzles us and the millions of visitors to our fall foliage. See if I can do the same to you.

Covered bridges

Covered bridges of New England

One thing that draws visitors from around the world to New England are its covered bridges or kissing bridges.

No matter what you call them they transport the viewer back a hundred or more years to a time when the pace of life moved at a clip clop of a horses hooves instead of 70 miles per hour (or faster).

If you love to visit the memories of our past then please click the images to see them larger or  follow this link to my Fine Art covered bridge gallery. Maybe you’ll find your own piece of history to take home with you.

Jeff “Foliage” Folger