Autumn foliage at Arethusa falls Crawford Notch
At an altitude of roughly 2010 feet in northern New Hampshire's Crawford Notch autumn's brilliance tends to come a week earlier at Arethusa Falls than other parts of the state.
This fine art image captures the elegance of Arethusa's lowers cascades naturally framed with orange and golden foliage.
Arethusa falls is considered to be the highest single drop of any waterfall in the state of New Hampshire. Modern techniques place the plunge at just over 200 feet!