The fall art tour is a great event which happens in southern NH each Columbus Day weekend. Art-lovers from all over the area can enjoy the fall colors while visiting artists' studios and viewing their work. The event has grown over the years and had over 40 artists participate this year. My mom and I go each year to see all kinds of art - oil paintings, fiber arts, woodwork, glassware, and photographs, of course. I took these photos as we were travelling around the area.
A photography exhibit awaited us in this refurbished mill in Harrisville, NH
Beautiful paint colors in one of the artists's studio.
Flower pedals led the way to one exhibit as the afternoon sun beamed through the window.
The center of town in Harrisville, NH has nearly half a dozen studios. It is a great small town to be an artist. They have also managed to maintain its historic character.
I took this particular photo in Harrisville as well. My nephew said he liked the way that yellow birch leaves shine against the blue sky in the fall so I took this photo for him.
Outside of Fiddlehead's Cafe in Hancock, NH a nice pumpkin scene was waiting for us. I love how all the little branches lead back to the pumpkin in the center.
This is a series of photographs blended together to make a panorama of a wetland in Stoddard, NH along Route 9. You can click to make it larger, too!