Date of Visit: October 22, 2017
Location: Dorrs Pond, Livingston Park, 244 Hooksett Rd, Manchester, NH
Hours: open daily, sunrise to sunset
Dog Friendly: Yes
Handicapped Accessible: Yes
Original Post: Dorrs Pond (Manchester, NH)
Over the past few weeks, I have been visiting some of the more colorful parts of the New England area.
I am going to post one short blog post with a photo from each place I have visited with a link to my Facebook page where you can find the additional photos from my visits. Please consider following me on Facebook!
I have dubbed this series, “Five Days Of Foliage.” I am also posting a link to the original post in the top part of the blog post.
I will post the “best” photo from my visit and post the additional photos from my visits on Facebook. I didn’t spend as much time as I usually do when I photograph a destination because I had already posted about most of them already. I just wanted to capture the highlights of the foliage season.
One of my favorite places to visit is Dorrs Pond at Livingston Park in Manchester, New Hampshire. It’s a relative easy walk or run with a mainly smooth, level one mile loop and, as an added bonus, it’s just over an hour’s drive for me. There is usually lots of activity in the pond, especially during the spring and summer, and the trees provide for pretty colors as you can see above.
One of the things I liked best about the foliage at Dorrs Pond was the various colors. The green from the pine and other trees whose leaves do not change blended beautifully with the red, brown, yellow and orange of the trees in full foliage. I managed to make it to Dorrs Pond at peak or near peak foliage conditions. I hope you enjoy.