Leaf peeping this month? Add your photos—cell phone shots or otherwise—to this gallery and help create a Fall Foliage scrapbook!
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Going leaf peeping this weekend? Add your foliage photos to this gallery and help create a weekend scrapbook. We'lll feature the best photo on Monday morning. If you take a photo with your cell phone, you can send it to 978-413-8265. Photos taken using Instagram, Lightbox and other cell camera apps are welcome. And if you have an iPhone, the Tewksbury Patch iPhone App makes it simple to quickly add photos to the gallery above. It's easy to quickly add photos—just sign into your Tewksbury Patch account (or sign into Tewksbury Patch using your Facebook account). Click the "Add your photos & videos" link below the photos and follow the directions. Be sure to include a caption.
Labor Day signals the unofficial end of summer, but don’t be sad because fall can be wonderful.
For me, the arrival of fall heralds great things! It means apple picking, Halloween, and Thanksgiving. It’s pumpkin flavored muffins, donuts and coffee; homecoming weekends and football. Fall also brings changes. It marks the end of summer, and a time when most kids are heading back to school or preschool, and of course Christmas is that much closer. With that in mind, I wanted to take this column to share some of my favorite things about fall. Autumn weather is so invigorating. The cool, dry air is a welcome relief from late summer's overwhelming heat and humidity, but most days are still warm enough to enjoy the outdoors without a jacket. Growing up in New England, I always enjoyed the foliage. It wasn’t until I was older and had …