Fall Colors to Warm Your Heart – Fall Photography
School is back in session and fall is quickly approaching! For this reason I have put together a beautiful collection of photos bursting with fall colors. I hope this post will inspire you and warm your heart as the summer heat melts away.
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During many of my travels the last two years, I’ve managed to capture some great fall moments in North Carolina. Some were in small towns, others were along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Of course, it’s hard to find a much prettier setting than fall on the Parkway! Not to mention the fact that North Carolina has an abundance of colorful landscapes throughout the year.
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Fall Colors Along the Blue Ridge Parkway
Let’s begin with a great shot of Moses H Cone Memorial Park at Milepost #294 on the Blue Ridge parkway. You can learn more about this beautiful place here.
What could be better than a stroll out to the old Apple Barn to enjoy the fall colors?
Can you imagine yourself here?
Or maybe you would like the horse carriage instead!
This photograph was taken at Julian Price Memorial Park on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Isn’t the reflection magical?
Fall Colors & Small Town Charm
North Carolina is known for it’s blue skies, friendly people and small town charm. Of course the fall colors just make North Carolina even more welcoming!
These beautiful fall colors and foliage were captured on the Glen Burney Trail in Blowing Rock, NC.
Another wonderful fall foliage photograph on the Glen Burney Trail.
In the small community of Traphill, NC, you will find Stone Mountain State Park. The photograph below is of the Hutchinson Homestead located in the park. Not only can you find gorgeous fall colors, but you can enjoy miles of hiking trails as well.
Stone Mountain State Park also features camping, fishing and rock climbing. Additionally you can admire the multiple waterfalls in the park, whose fall colors don’t disappoint.
Pumpkins, Pumpkins, Pumpkins!
Definitely be on the look out for many colorful pumpkin displays in the small towns of North Carolina. Most of the pumpkins are fresh from the garden too!
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Last but not least I leave you with some colorful autumn leaves and haystacks to spark your imagination for countless crafty ideas to decorate with all theses rich fall colors!
Ahh, that was fun. I love writing and taking pictures for these kinds of posts – I hope you enjoy reading them!
Finally, I do hope you find this Fall Colors photography post enjoyable. Of course I would love to hear from you if you have any suggestions for other photography posts you would like to see. Definitely feel free to share your ideas with me in the comments.
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