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To take good foliage photos in the fall, use indirect light instead of bright sunlight, and focus on the shapes, lines and details of leaves and trees rather than capturing a large area. Select the camera's portrait sett... More »

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The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources website features a fall color status map showing current information about the different stages of each area. Beneath the map are links that a visitor clicks to find detailed... More »

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Peak fall foliage dates in the United States range from late September to early November. Inland areas generally reach peak foliage color earlier than coastal areas. More »

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