There's still a lot of color in the air. Show yours off here.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Election Day 2012 is over, but there's still plenty of fall left. This shows in the famous leaf colors that everyone enjoys so much. And whether those leaves are on the trees in your yard (or on the ground, when you have to rake them), or in the North Georgia mountains, they still make for wonderful pictures. The attached pics here are from a business parking lot in Suwanee, and from White Street Park (with a Halloween flavor). So before fall is gone, upload your favorite fall photos here, and everyone in Suwanee can enjoy them. Could be leaves, Halloween -- even from a football game or a voting line. -- What has been your favorite picture from autumn 2012 in Suwanee? Share them on this file. Don’t miss any Suwanee news. Subscribe to …
Georgia's state parks offer tips on finding when and where to leaves turning colors starting Oct. 1
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Fall has begun, so it's time to head out and watch the leaves turn colors. Georgia State Parks will give you a hand with Leaf Watch 2012, which begins Oct. 1. So before you pull out your camera and your hiking boots, check out Leaf Watch 2012 for advice on where and when to find the best color in Georgia state parks, whether you plan to hike, bike or drive on country roads. Northern Georgia typically peaks in late October, though color can be seen as early as September and as late as mid-November. -- Got any leaf watching tips? Share them in the comments below. Leaf Watch 2012 provides updates from park rangers, safety tips for hiking and event calendars. Last-minute availability for cabins, yurts, campsites and lodge rooms in state parks …