As we head into mid-October, several regions are experiencing the breathtaking splashes of color that are frequently synonymous with this time of year.
Several sections of western Pennsylvania and New York are currently seeing some spectacular fall foliage that can be found between the greens and already bare trees.
Driving through the Northeast this past weekend it seemed some areas hadn't really reached their peak while others areas were already becoming bare. Honestly though, some of the views in Pennsylvania's mountains were breathtaking, these pictures do not do justice the distant mountain/valley views that could be observed from the highways.
Leaves are also changing in the Niagara Falls area. This image was taken of the Niagara River at night on the U.S. side. The Falls were not too far behind me as I took this photo.
Digital Journal reported yesterday on the beautiful Detroit foliage.
The gorgeous colors seen up north was a bit of a contrast to what this writer is currently seeing in Virginia. Virginia's peak is expected to occur around Halloween with some areas not seeing the peak until November.