Swamp Rabbit Trail in fall
Here are some views of fall foliage along the Swamp Rabbit Trail north of Greenville between Furman University and Travelers Rest. This trail makes a very pleasant daytime run or bicycle trip between Greenville and Travelers Rest.
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Wyche Pavilion by reflection
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This is milepost 28 on the Swamp Rabbit Trail. Mile numbering begins with zero at the North Carolina border; eventually it is hoped that the Swamp Rabbit Trail will reach North Carolina. Leaves on several trees in the Greenville area have started to turn into fall colors. Follow these topics: Swamp Rabbit
This Great Blue Heron is keeping an eye on the Reedy River next to the Swamp Rabbit Trail, most likely with thoughts of another meal of fish in mind. Follow these topics: Swamp Rabbit
A carpet of fallen Ginkgo leaves blankets the ground behind the children’s museum on Heritage Green. Follow these topics: Fall colors
Fall at the Poinsett Club
Fall has touched a tree in front of the Poinsett Club and given it a burst of color. Follow these topics: Fall colors
A colorful tree located behind Christ Church Episcopal. Follow these topics: Fall colors
Christ Church Episcopal – fall
Several trees of this type were planted in the Christ Church Episcopal cemetery, and add some more color in the fall. Follow these topics: church, Fall colors
This is the top of the tree in yesterday’s photo of the tree on Broadus Avenue in Greenville. Follow these topics: Fall colors
The fall colors came late this year, and there are a few brilliant trees such as this large and brightly colored tree on Broadus Avenue in Greenville. Follow these topics: Fall colors
Some fall foliage on Main Street near the Starbucks / Michelin on Main store. Follow these topics: Fall foilage
The Swamp Rabbit Trail is well maintained by the park and recreation departments. But some trail users also pick up trash that would otherwise spoil the view of nature. This sign makes it clear that the trash thrown into the trees last week did not disappear and decompose on its own! Follow these topics: Swamp […]
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