Fall foliage reaches peak

Boyd Mountain near Elgin, NB, 17 Oct 10

The fall foliage has reached its peak in Southeastern New Brunswick. 

The colours were never as brilliant as they were this weekend as I discovered during a tour of Albert County and a trip from Riverview to Elgin.

The above picture was taken on Boyd Mountain near the village of Elgin.

The peak colours were about 10 days later than usual this fall due to the prolonged warm weather and the lateness of the first killing frost of the season.


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