Fall Foliage in New England
I have been making my way through scenic New England with different loads of consumer crap in recent days, and happened upon some scenic fall foliage at a rest area near New London, New Hampshire. There were still some vibrant colors despite a recent frontal passage that brought gusty winds to the area.
Though past peak, some a nice color show can be found in spots. I used my polarizer to enhance the foliage’s “wet look” and make the colors pop.
Being up north has made me remember how much I dislike cold weather and cold Anglo women. I yearn for some extended time in tropical climes, among the company of warm, welcoming foreign women. It’s my motivation to work 7 days a week, eat PB&J sandwiches, and stay in my truck reading, writing, and chatting with girls I know outside The Matrix rather than wasting my money on bread and circuses in The Matrix. I know there will be an exciting escape at the end of my sacrifice of time and labor.
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