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In photos: 2020 fall foliage highlights from around New England

It’s not all doom and gloom out there. Take a break to check out these stunning recent scenes from around the region.

By
Eric Grossman
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Enjoying glorious foliage is one of the best things to do in fall in Boston. There are some great fall foliage spots in and around Boston, but New England's fall foliage is truly the envy of the world, as evidenced by the leaf peepers who come from far and wide every fall to witness vivid colors and scenes. The glory of nature can be seen everywhere across the region, from coastal Maine to rural Connecticut. Here's a look at some recent scenes of the best fall foliage from every New England state.

First up is the state most famous for its foliage, a place filled with native sugar maple trees:

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Next is perhaps the region's second most popular destination for foliage:

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Our home state is no slouch when it comes to fall colors:

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To enjoy killer foliage where the forest meet the ocean, head up north:

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Then again, our region's smallest state offers plenty of lovely visuals as well:

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Last but certainly not least is the state whose northeast and northwest corners are the first areas to show colors:

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