Fall colors at the Norfolk Aggie School in Walpole, Massachusetts.

Walpole Photo of the Week: Fall Colors at the Aggie School

Contrary to popular belief, New England fall colors don’t just exist in vacation areas.

Look out your backdoor, in the town center, at the local park, and on tree-lined residential streets. The fall colors start to burst with brilliancy at this time of the year.

On Route 1A at the Norfolk County Agricultural School in Walpole, Mass.,, two trees traditionally become a sideshow to passersby with the most vibrant reds you’ll ever see. Combined with still green grass and a pond in the background, this scene just goes to show that some of the best fall colors do indeed occur anywhere Mother Nature desires in New England.

Enjoy those New England moments for they come and go with the ever changing seasons and weather!

Fall at the Norfolk Aggie School in Walpole, Massachusetts.

Also read:
Where to see fall foliage in Walpole
How to enjoy fall travel in new England (VisitingNewEngland)
5 underrated fall destinations in New England (The Thrifty New England Traveler)
A fall scene by a famous waterfall in north central Massachusetts

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