GB Fall Color Project: Ithaca, New York and the Mountains of Maine

Have you had enough of fall color yet? Not me! We have two more great examples of spectacular fall color from two more great bloggers.

In Maine Sarah, a professional writer and blogger of Sarah Laurence Blog, takes us on a weekend hiking trip into the mountains of Maine. The photographs of fall colors in Maine are simply stunning. While the climb itself might take your breath away the views would do the same. The red and gold of the leaves stand out from the rocky mountainside that her family climbed. The journey to that vista would be well worth the effort!

The next stop on the fall color tour takes us to Ithaca, New York and the blog Ellis Hollow written by Craig. Craig has offered up several posts that characterize fall so well. From the frost covered foliage to the flame colored ivy crawling and cascading on the buildings around Cornell University there is plenty to see. Back lit ornamental grasses, seed heads and frosted flowers will fill you with a wonderful vision of fall in all its many facets.

2008 Garden Blogger Fall Color Project Participants

Kim in Maryland (An Instrument of Grace)

Nancy Ondra in SE Pennsylvania (Gardening Gone Wild)

Louise in New York at the (Buddy Garden Blog)

Dan in Algonquin Park, Northern Ontario (Urban Veggie Garden Blog)

George in Vermont (The Vermont Gardener and Vermont Gardens)

Nancy in Nova Scotia, Canada (Soliloquy)

TC in Western Pennsylvania (Write Gardener)

Liisa in Vermont (Liisa in Vermont)

Dawn in Maine (In the Garden)

Anna in the Shenandoah Valley, Va. (FlowerGardenGirl)

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