Each year, during the fall, I take a drive to Quabbin Reservoir to take a look at the foliage. The change of season is certainly one of the perks of living in New England as the seasons drastically differ. With all of the crazy weather this year, I wasn't sure what to expect from the foliage. I was tracking the foliage map from Yankee Magazine, but it seemed that their map was behind because the foliage was, I'd guess, a week or so past peak. Several of the trees had dropped all of their leaves, and those that did have leaves were mostly yellow with a few shades of orange thrown in there. There were hardly any leaves of the bright red color. It's a shame I was a week late to check it out, but it's tough to predict and be on top of nature. I realize me talking about foliage isn't nearly as good as looking at the pics, so click the image below to be taken to the gallery.