The Ginkgo trees at River Place have reached peak color.
This year has been an experiment in leaf color: what do leaves look like in an unusually warm and dry fall? The answer at the lower elevations which haven’t seen frost yet is that there is much less bright color. This tree on Broadus Avenue in Greenville was much brighter in 2103.
The Gingko trees above River Place provide a splash of color in the fall.
A section of bright foliage lining the Swamp Rabbit Trail north of the city of Greenville.
The fall colors are showing at the chapel of the Travelers Rest United Methodist church.
The last of the leaves hang on the trees near the top of Paris Mountain.
Some fall foliage on Main Street near the Starbucks / Michelin on Main store.