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Fall Foliage photo tour: Lenox, Mass.

Posted by Melanie Nayer  October 24, 2011 07:30 AM

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There's no place like New England in the fall. The colors change, the weather shifts and within moments you're swept away in piles of leaves and pumpkin patches. It's hard to explain fall in New England, but once you witness the colors turn you'll never forget the fall foliage phenomenon that makes New England so famous.

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I spotted this orange tractor parked next to this orange tree in Lee, Massachusetts. I can't be sure if it was placed there on purpose, but it made for the perfect fall foliage photo.

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Located only two and half hours from Boston is Blantyre Resort, a Relais & Chateaux property in Lenox, Mass. This pumpkin patch greets travelers as they arrive the 19th-century Scottish estate.

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Blantyre welcomes guests to enjoy the Berkshires landscape from its 220-acre estate on a perfect fall day.

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A walk through the woods at Blantyre, guided by red-leaf trees and gas lamps.

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Even this little guy is getting in on the fall fun.

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The Carriage House cottage in the woods at Blantyre makes for the perfect fall getaway.

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Fall foliage landscape in Lenox, Mass.

Readers: Where is your favorite place to spot fall foliage?

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Melanie Nayer is a travel writer who spent many years in the newsroom before jetting off to see the world. Her goal is to bring readers the best insider information More »

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