Leaf-peeping in the Berkshires may be an event of its own that would collow a route that you plan to follow to a destination such as a Bed and Breakfast in Great Barrington, or it may be a serendipitous event because the fall foliage was at peak display while you were in the Berkshires. History buffs are a cohort likely to produce new devotees of the region’s autumnal splendor as they converge on Williamstown to visit Clark Art Institute between now and Nov. 2 for Radical Words, an exhibition that brings together the Magna Carta, the Declaration of Independence, an early draft of the Constitution, the Emancipation Proclamation, the Declaration of Rights of the Women of the United States, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Ashuwillticook Rail Trail, Cheshire Reservoir, Cheshire, MA
Here are photos that display Berkshires Fall Foliage, the subtle, early autumn variety, as found on the section of the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail that runs along Cheshire Reservoir in Cheshire, MA. The images were made on Sept. 28, 2014 around 2:30 PM. Later, we headed north to see what’s new at MASS MoCA, and we’ll post those photos soon.