Thursday, November 6, 2008

Fall Color in Worthington, Ohio - PVDP on Travel


Color on and along High Street in the very charming, all American town in the heart of Ohio.




17 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

The colors are nice.

Hilda said...

The autumn colors of trees are just so lovely! Almost makes me wish we had an autumn. Almost… ;)

Tanya said...

Beautiful fall colors. Love that little tree lined street :)
Are you having fun?!

Marie-Noyale said...

I love it when there is as much on the floor as up the trees..
No all American street without a pick up truck!!

sondha said...

you have succeeded to capture of the wonderful colors

Hope said...

oh my goodness ...these photos are just beautiful! A wonderful example of an American hometown.

Mo said...

Lovely colours

magiceye said...

this is absolutely brilliant!!!

pasadenaadjacent.com said...

The only plant that turns that shade of red (from the first photo) in Los Angeles is Poison Ivy. Many years back I took Amtrak to Chicago during the fall season.

Come visit,
yesterday went weird so I've responded in kind (it's the way I like it).

marley said...

What vivid colours. I like the one with the flag in best. Thaks for keeping us posted on your trip :)

Kris said...

Just to echo everyone else, great colours!

Maya said...

Wow! And I thought we had a good fall... These are beautiful!

jill said...

Oh you aren't far from my childhood home-- about 33 miles southeast on rt 33 (and birthplace of Gen. Sherman).

raf said...

You really nailed the best of autumn color in these pix, Tash!

Bibi said...

I like your travel series, and especially the reflections on the car's roof.

"Bibi" is off to Romania this weekend, so let's see on Monday what she brings back!

simply-flowers said...

You're so lucky to travel so much. It's gorgeous here!

Creative Vignettes said...

This looks like a Norman Rockwell painting!