Fall has arrived and you won't find views of the Hudson Valley quite like this just anywhere.

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The video was compiled from footage taken by Scott Snell of SDS Imagery and is a tribute to fall in the Hudson Valley. The aerial shots are of Mohonk Preserve and the surrounding areas. The soundtrack selection is perfect with Louie Armstrong's 'What A Wonderful World' as the backing track.

If you intend to enjoy the foliage this year it's best not to wait. Dry conditions affect all trees differently but could lead to a shorter window of opportunity to take in the views. Climate Central gets into more detail as to why drought-like conditions can be complex for trees.

Weekly foliage reports are issued every fall by the I Love NY program run by the Empire State Development Division of Tourism. The now three-year-old program relies on volunteers across the state submitting their reviews of the situation. Anyone posting foliage photos to Instagram or Twitter are encouraged to use the hashtag #NYLovesFall.

What's your favorite spot for fall foliage in the Hudson Valley?

For more cool drone footage from the highly regarded SDS Imagery, you can check out a foggy morning in New Paltz or the recent tribute to essential and front line workers at the Walkway Over The Hudson.

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