Relaxing Fall Colors at Springfield's Snyder Park - Ohio Foliage Change - Relaxing

in Pinmapple4 months ago

It was incredible to see the leaves change from a saturated green to vibrant gold and red during the month of October here in Springfield, Ohio.

It had been several years since we had seen fall colors like this, as we live in Valencia, Spain, where we don't have such a change of seasons. Maybe because it had been a while, we were just overwhelmed by the colors and I couldn't stop taking pictures and videos.

We made it a habit to take a walk in Snyder Park and loved to see the shy beginnings of the leaves changing color from the top of the trees down until the whole tree was glowing in reds and yellows.

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The joy and appreciation you express for the changing seasons, capturing the moments through pictures and videos, reflect the magic of autumn. It's these simple pleasures that make seasonal transitions so special.

So glad you liked it - I took some similar footage of fall colors at a cemetery here. Stay tuned.!

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Fall has always been an interesting season for me. The smell of oud fills the air with so much intensity and beauty can be so palpable at times