It’s amazing how a tree can produce many different beautiful colors of leaves in autumn.
All posts tagged: Fall Colors
The Diminishing Fall Colors
I walked along the C&O Canal tow path near in the Great Falls Park yesterday. Sadly to say the fall colors were fading away quickly due to some rain and high wind occurred earlier in the week. Nevertheless, I still enjoyed my walk and captured […]
Hiking in the Woods in an Autumn Morning
We did some hikings in the woods while visiting Ohiopyle State Park, PA last week. The fall colors were almost gone except some yellow trees that stand out in the forest. The morning sun created beautiful shadows of the tree trunks on the fallen leaves […]
New River Gorge in Southern West Virginia
We started the tour of New River Gorge by visiting Glade Creek Grist Mill in Babcock State Park under the heavy rain in late afternoon. But I managed to get a few shots I wanted. The next morning we stopped by Canyon Rim Visitor Center […]
Covered Bridges in Frederick County, MD
Frederick County is the home of three out of eight covered bridges in the state of Maryland. All three covered bridges, namely, Utica, Loy’s Station and Roddy Road were built in mid- 1800’s and are on the National Register of Historical Places. All three are located near […]
The Late Fall Colors at Shenandoah Mountain
I am in the middle of a late autumn foliage tour of Shenandoah, the Great Smoky and Blue Ridge Mountains. My first destination was the driving through Skyline Drive of the Shenandoah National Park and here is a image of a tree showing the golden […]
Fall Colors on Skyline Drive
End of October and beginning of November is usually the best time to take auto tour on Skyline Drive of Shenandoah National Park for fall foliage. There are plenty of overlooks for stopping and enjoying the view.