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Thread: Falling for leaves: Best spots for autumn color.. (*drooling, drooling, drooling*)

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    Falling for leaves: Best spots for autumn color

    Falling for leaves: Best spots for autumn color

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    As Earth makes the transition from summer into winter, she marks the start of autumn in September in the Northern Hemisphere or in March in the Southern Hemisphere with glorious colors and falling leaves. Have a loot at this list of some of the best locations around the world to enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the fall foliage season, and be sure to check out the fall foliage maps on weather.com or on smokeymountains.com to learn when the leaves are beginning to peak in various regions around the United States.



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    Adirondacks, New York, U.S.A.





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    White Mountains, New Hampshire, U.S.A.





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    Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec, Canada





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    Bavaria, Germany





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    Green Mountains, Vermont, U.S.A.





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    Douro Valley, Portugal





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    Skaneateles, New York, U.S.A.





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    Dandenong Ranges, Australia




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    Oakland, Maryland, U.S.A.





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    Moscow, Russia





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    Enchanted Circle, New Mexico, U.S.A.





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    Forest of Dean, England, U.K.





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    McKenzie Pass, Oregon, U.S.A.





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    Transylvania, Romania





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    Kyoto, Japan





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    Pitlochry, Scotland





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    Jiuzhaigou Valley, Sichuan province, China





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    Lombardy, Italy





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    Napa Valley, California, U.S.A.





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    Whitefish, Montana, U.S.A.





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    Aspens, Colorado, U.S.A.





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    Sonoma County, California, U.S.A.





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    Loire Valley, France




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    Huangshan Mountain, China

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    *sigh* I sure do love autumn.
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    Me too. Some of those pics are underwhelming though.

    Here's a pic of my neck of the woods taken a week ago.

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    Michigan, should be on that list.
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    Was "up north" Michigan last weekend (Cadillac); colors were spectacular.
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    Color seemed to last at least 1 week longer than normal where I am - (coastal new england) it was a truly spectacular autumn!

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    ^We got lucky too. I guess it's because we were almost near 80 last week, and many days in the 70's. It's low 60's now and rainy. I'm in Southeastern PA.

    I put my cat grass pot outside to get some sun and to grow, then it got cold. I forgot to bring it in, and it turned brownish yellow. So I just said to forget it since the plant died. Then days later we were up near 80 for some days, and the cat grass started to grow back green. Just a few strands though. I still need to throw it away.
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    I love the Smokey Mountains in the fall.

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    Yeah it has been an exceptionally beautiful Fall in New England this year.
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    Both within a mile from me.

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    Skyline Drive in Virginia. It's gorgeous. We used to get up early on a Saturday morning and spend the day. Even as a little kid, I appreciated it. It's really beautiful here in the Seattle area, too.

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    Leaves are falling fast this year, most of the trees they are completely gone. And the amount of acorns is insane!

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