Friday, September 25, 2015

Autumn explodes with brilliant color schemes


Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
It's the season when we start thinking of fall color--and all the great places that celebrate with a bounty of gorgeous landscapes. Pick your favorite destination and go, even if it's just a day trip.

Red aspens in Colorado
Autumn is one of the most beautiful times to travel. The weather has cooled from summer’s triple digits (if you’re in the South), and landscapes are bathed in brilliant colors. Not only are tree leaves turning red, yellow, and orange but harvest time brings a cornucopia of brightly colored produce to farmer’s markets and our tables.
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Even if the area where you live barely registers four seasons, you can still enjoy splendid natural landscapes.  These photos by Larry and Beverly Burmeier are intended to whet your appetite for more fall scenery, so enjoy—and then go find your own glorious views.

Holland, Michigan

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
 
Maroon Bells, Colorado
 
Of course, the east coast has splendid displays that draw in leaf-peepers every fall. But you can find plenty of color in mid-west and western states, too.

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Lost Maples State Natural Area, Texas


Aspens in Colorado

Branson, Missouri
Lost Maples State Natural Area, Texas
Midland, Michigan
What a marvelous place to play golf--Wisconsin.

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