CONWAY — For the past four years, Conway Daily Sun Managing Editor Margaret McKenzie has been documenting the foliage season with photos of the trees behind the Old Village Bakery and the Seavey Street Laundromat in North Conway.

The photos were all taken at around midday within a day or two of Oct. 11.

As the four photos show, foliage season changes from year to year. The first year she took the picture, in 2016, the trees were an almost iridescent red.

The following year was the exact opposite: Brown and dour.

In 2018, some trees were red, but some were still green.

This year, the trees appeared orange, with some already losing their leaves and others not quite at peak yet.

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