The autumn in New England, also called Indian summer, attracts countless visitors from all over the world. The annually appearing overwhelming foliage coloring of the trees offers a wealth of unique photo opportunities. In the rural countryside of Reading in Vermont, we found this remote sugar house for boiling maple syrup, a red shed with a large stack of firewood on the side. At this place the maple juice harvested in spring is boiled down to maple syrup. The characteristic red barn-like huts with their white trims on a winding gravel road are surrounded by beautifully colored trees in autumn - a composition that I could not resist.
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