Fall Color Montage

Fence with Maple-7865
Split-rail fence at Groundhog Mountain – Milepost 188.8 in Carroll County, VA.

This is a collection of images of fall color mostly from this year, but I’ve mixed in a few from year’s past as well. Enjoy! ~MB

Slabs of color-2-8160
More slabs of color from a different angle at Flag Springs UMC cook pits

 

Crape myrtle
Crepe Myrtle seed pods

 

Honey Locust leaves-7908Honey Locust leaves

 

Maple leaves in sunlight-8204Sunrise peeking through maple leaves on Thanksgiving morning

 

Sumac-7872
Sumac on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Groundhog Mountain, VA

 

Sumac leaves-4696Sumac leaves behind the Hillsville Civitan Ballpark

 

Hillsville Civitan Ballpark-4704 Hillsville Civitan Ballpark

 

Buffalo Mountain
Last bit of color in the valley below some rock cliffs on Buffalo Mountain in Virginia. Little red dots in the foreground are Mountain Ash berries.

 

Forest floor-4564Old road bed in the woods behind the cemetery at Flag Springs UMC

 

Back Creek Maple-4676
Maple tree in front of Back Creek Friends Church

 

Back Creek Friends Church
Same maple tree at Back Creek Friends Church as before image – 2009

 

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Silhouetted tree branches on Main St. in Asheboro – 2010

 

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Quaint little church on Old Hwy 49 near Farmer – 2008

 

Charlotte UMC-0242Steeple on Charlotte United Methodist Church on Old Lexington Rd – 2007

 

Fall at Thornburg Farm-63
Thornburg Farm, Uwharrie National Forest – 2008

 

Wolf Rock, Stone Mountain
View of Wolf Rock as seen from the summit of Stone Mountain, NC – 2007

 

Elk Knob
A quilt of colors from the summit of Elk Knob, elev. 5,520 ft. – second highest peak in Watauga County, NC – 2008

 

All images © Matt Bennett Photography 2015

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2 thoughts on “Fall Color Montage

  1. Absolutely amazing and breathtaking photos of fall in NC and Virginia. You are so talented.

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