Fall Color Project: A Walk Through the Park

For today's Fall Color Posts we have three garden bloggers who all decided to take their photography skills on a walk through the park. Of course since the bloggers live it different states it was not the same park but one thing was the same, awesome photography and great fall color! Oh wait...that was two things... oh well, just go see the fall photography!


Our first walk begins with Teresa in Ohio. She takes us along with her through the magic of her digital camera to see blazing maples, wild berries, Canada geese, and all kinds of great scenes. She is quite fortunate to have a park like George Bible Park nearby!  So go visit Teresa at The Cottage on the Corner to see some Ohio fall color.


Rhoda Mauer knows photography! Even though her blog is quite young there are some fantastic nature shots beyond her post for the Fall Color Project. And her fall color photo is pretty nice too! Dancing maples await you at Listening to Nature in southeastern Pennsylvania.

Mr. McGregor's Daughter takes us to our third park of the day in Northern Illinois. Her photos allow us to travel with her along the boardwalk of Cuba Marsh where the colors were not quite as good as what she had in mind. Then she takes us to her own garden, Squirrel Haven, to prove that sometimes the best things are close to home!

See the most recent Fall Color Project Posts:

Colors of Toronto and California Wanderings
From Westonbirt Arboretum to SE Pennsylvania
Fall from the Write Gardener
And don't forget to take your fall color photos!





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