visual taste of beautiful photos of the New England ocean, the
mountains, farms, and cities, towns and villages
of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode
Island and Vermont. Please
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visiting our individual travel photo essays below, we thought you
might like to take a scenic slideshow photo tour of the New England
states (photos by Eric H.):
England Travel Photo Essays Some
are well-known, some hidden gems -- read all about it, what we feel is
the best of New England travel!
New England photo travel essay tour (Walpole
N.H. ) - You can't get much more "New England than
Walpole, N.H., nestled in the countryside of southwest New Hampshire. More
- Keene boasts one of New England's most thriving downtowns with
locally-owned shops and restaurants, historical homes and municipal
buildings, a town common with gazebo, and an overall Currier and Ives
look. More on Keene...
Falls, Vt.) - On
a recent trip to Vermont, I had the chance to tour picture-perfect,
classic village green towns that frequently show up in travel magazines
and television shows. Been there, done that, love it immensely -- so, I
thought, how about about visiting the Vermont that's on "the other side
of the tracks?" More on Bellows Falls...
Mass.) - The 1,435-acre, man-made Wachusett Reservoir is
one of central Massachusetts' most impressive scenic destinations.
Somewhat of a hidden gem, the Reservoir is especially pleasing at
sunset. More on the Wachusett Reservoir...
Conn.) - Abbott's
Lobster in the Rough in coastal Noank, Conn., is a beloved lobster
shack overlooking the water. This seasonal landmark ranks as one of our
favorites when it comes to fresh lobster and restaurant water views.
More on Abbott's Lobster in the
Rough, Noank, Conn.
N.H.) - Henniker is a charming, historical New Hampshire
town that offers a sense of place and a feeling of well being. Home of
Pat's Peak ski area and New England College, the town is so much more
than just a skiing destination or college town. More
on Henniker, N.H.
and Mattapoisett, Mass.)
While many coastal towns have become gentrified, refined and overly
precious and touristy, towns like Fairhaven and Mattapoisset remain
joyously normal and unpretentious. On a recent day trip to these
southeastern Massachusetts towns east of historic New Bedford here are
some observations...More on Fairhaven and
(Downtown Exeter, N.H.) Have you ever felt instantly
right at home in a place you have visited just a few times? Downtown Exeter, N.H., has
that effect on us, and, up until now, I had no idea why... More on Exeter, N.H.
(Little Compton, R.I.) New England towns with no
traffic lights in the business district usually give us the "green light"
to explore the area. In an increasingly developed
commercial, residential and industrial New England, how refreshing it
is to discover relatively unspoiled communities like Little Compton, R.I.More on Little Compton, R.I.
Watch an incredible video on the beauty of Acadia
put together by the Office of Maine Tourism (and some travel
suggestions and perspectives below the video from us, at
New! Vermont pictures that will bring you right into the heart of the "Green Mountain State."
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