A trip down the Swamp Rabbit Trail as the leaves are falling.
These fall flowers are in full bloom along the Swamp Rabbit Trail below the Greenville First Baptist Church.
Leaves line the Swamp Rabbit Trail leading to Duncan Chapel Road.
The fall arrangement at the entrance to Soby’s restaurant.
Because Greenville has many varieties of trees their Fall colors start at different times. These trees are just beginning to change … Actually I took the photo because of the shadows and light. Only when I reviewed the photos did I notice the color … The photo was taken at Greenville Tech (map location).
The Fall colors include splashes of red mixed in with many shades of brown and yellow. But, in my mind, what makes the colors great is how they catch the light. The leaves become translucent and shine with an intensity. Then the wind blows and the leaves fall. Way too quickly the display is over … Today’s photo was taken yesterday at Falls Park in downtown Greenville.
The Fall colors are reaching a peak in Greenville. Because of this I’m sharing one of those Fall color, Clemson orange … By way of explanation for our international readers, Clemson is one of our local universities and their team colors include orange. Football is very popular this time of year and when you attend a Clemson football game you see 80,000 fans all dressed in orange … Today’s photo shows the motorcycle, of one Clemson fan, parked on Main Street in downtown Greenville.