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An Adirondack Autumn: cold and colorful

September 27, 2008
Joe Hackett, outdoors columnist

Autumnal changes are accelerating across the Adirondack landscape as diminishing daylight hours and temperatures in the low 20s speed up the process. Hillsides have already attained a wonderful brilliance of yellows, crimsons, reds and orange to bring splendor to the hills. These colors, contrasting with an evergreen background, help to bring an unusual vibrancy to the scene.

 
 
 

 

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