Here it is, the color wash on the hillsides, the collective visual shouting of millions of leaves. That shouting will get even louder in the next week or two. Talk around here has come back around to whether or not we have reached peak foliage.
I hear the Northeast Kingdom is peak right now.
The Eye on the Sky said it was peak on the summits.
I don’t think it’s peak here yet; I give it two weeks yet.
I love the noun “peak” to describe the brightest, most resplendent moment of the turning of the autumn leaves. The thing to do is to be on a peak at peak to take a peek at the brilliance from where the view is broad. Stunning it is on these last days of September, with weather to allow us to see it all.
Personally I am guessing maybe ten days until peak. I haven’t been wrong yet this year.