Have you noticed?

Of course you've noticed the drought. It's been hard to miss, (see photo of the Abington Rockland reservoir above). But have you also noticed that many trees are already starting to change colors - and it's only August. Typically fall foliage appears in Boston from the end of September through the beginning of November. But this drought may push those trees into hibernation earlier than usual. So don't wait, schedule your fall foliage portraits now!