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Set 2 of My Favorite Foliage Photographs
Bob Jensen at Trinity University 


This is a shot toward the west from our bedroom


The split rail fence separates our yard from the golf course


These shots were taken facing east from our parlor


The White Mountains Presidential Range visible from my desk  is about 30 miles distant

A zoomed view of Mt. Washington from our front yard

The same view a few weeks later

The picture below was taken before the foliage season shifted into gear

Ore Hill is about a mile to our south and always gets spectacular foliage
In the back ground are the Three Graces and North and South Kinsman Mountains


A sunrise between Mt. Garfield and Mt. Lafayette

A sunset sets Cannon Mountain aglow
This picture was not retouched (the pinkish colors due to a break in the clouds only lasted for about two minutes)
This illustrates the advantage of working daily at a desk with the camera within reach for rare moments of opportunity


I bag leaves with an attachment on the back of my tractor

Sunset on the birch trees separating our cottage from our wildflower field


This is what replaces the foliage season



Foliage Favorites ---  
Autumn --- 
Also see 
Also see 

Foliage Network ---  (dead link)
Foliage in New Hampshire's White Mountains ---
Fall Foliage ---
Foliage Pictures ---

More of Bob Jensen's Pictures and Stories 


Blogs of White Mountain Hikers (many great photographs) ---

Especially note the archive of John Compton's blogs at the bottom of the page at

Are their trails in our White Mountains of New Hampshire that have ice in summer as well as winter?
See "The Ice Gulch, Would I do it Again" by John Compton, August 5, 2011 ---

Okay, you might ask, is there really ice in the Ice Gulch, even in August? Yes, there is! The next photo shows one small patch of ice. There were many larger patches, but they were at the bottom of some of those deep gaps that I mentioned above. I took some photos, but none of them really turned out, even with using a flash to illuminate these dark, dank, deep spots.

 White Mountain News ---


On May 14, 2006 I retired from Trinity University after a long and wonderful career as an accounting professor in four universities. I was generously granted "Emeritus" status by the Trustees of Trinity University. My wife and I now live in a cottage in the White Mountains of New Hampshire ---

Bob Jensen's Blogs ---
Current and past editions of my newsletter called New Bookmarks --- 
Current and past editions of my newsletter called Tidbits --- 
Current and past editions of my newsletter called Fraud Updates ---
Bob Jensen's past presentations and lectures ---    

Our address is 190 Sunset Hill Road, Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
Our cottage was known as the Brayton Cottage in the early 1900s
Sunset Hill is a ridge overlooking with New Hampshire's White Mountains to the East
and Vermont's Green Mountains to the West



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