These Hudson Valley Foliage Photos Will Make You Fall for the Season

Autumnal snapshots of the Hudson River region will give you all the fall feels.


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There’s nothing like fall in New York, no less in the Hudson Valley. As our Instagram feed illustrates, we're more than a little obsessed with season’s most sightly scenes. To celebrate the rainbow hues in the region, we rounded up a few of our favorite community posts to highlight the Hudson Valley’s foliage at its finest.

Got a post you think is worthy of our attention? Tag us on Instagram or use the hashtag #hvmag for the chance to be featured on our page. But for now, we’ll let Mother Nature do the talking. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rainbow living in the Hudson Valley.⠀ ⠀ There's just nothing better.⠀ ⠀ Reposting @rainbowbodyyoga:⠀ ⠀ “Everyone must take time to sit and watch the leaves turn." - Elizabeth Lawrence⠀ 🍁⠀ 🍂⠀ Yoga helps us move through the changes of life. Living in the Northeast we get to experience the beauty of the seasons, the change of summer into fall. It allows us to step into the cycle of expansion and hibernation. However, with these changes it can be easy to get thrown off balance. Fall is a time to begin slowing down and turning the focus gradually within. When we are in a state of union (yoga) we are able to gracefully flow through these changes with joy and wonderment. 🍁⠀ 🌈⠀ ⠀ #hudsonvalley #hudsonvalleyyoga #andnorth #dutchesscounty #yoga #yogany #yogaclass #redhookny #visitvortex #yogaeverydamnday #yogaeveryblessedday #yogastudio #rainbow #rainbowbodyyoga #aerialyoga #yogalove #yogapractice #yogisofinstagram #yogisofig #yogagram #igyoga #instayoga #yogaeverywhere #yogaeveryday #upstatenyyoga #yogainspiration #rhinebeckny #fall #seasons #hvmag

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Not-so-safe house. 🏚

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Been around the world, but the place I call home—the Hudson Valley—is something else in autumn.

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Related: 3 Hidden Hudson Valley Locations to Visit When Autumn Is at Its Peak

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