Fall is here in New Hampshire! The maples that line the drive are turning yellow to orange, and we still have a lot of green on the trees. I thought it would be a fun perspective to show you what fall looks like from inside the farmhouse and from the vantage of the porches out. It's the time of year when you walk by a window and casually look out and literally gasp as the color is so brilliant and beautiful!
This is fall at the farmhouse...
from the master bedroom upstairs porch-
from the upstairs south guest bedroom.
the spot of bright green on the tree in the right pane above the old limb cut is a little fern that comes back every year. it is so sweet to see the fern growing so high up in the tree.
from the master bath:
from the upstairs porch towards a neighboring hillside:
from the front porch steps looking straight out, across our neighbor's property to the hill beyond:
from the front porch looking up:
from the front porch to the west.
you can see we still have a lot of green leaves on the trees:
from the front porch to the adirondacks:
from the living room.
I love how the fence looks through the antique wavy glass of the original windows:
from the entry through the front door.
it was extremely windy when I was taking this photograph and I love how the leaves are captured mid-air blowing across the gravel drive! :
from the reading room
again, you can see the wavy glass in the top panes:
from the master bedroom looking south:
and, from the master bedroom looking east: