Festival of Leaves 2018 ~ Week # 5: Sycamore over Burnside Bridge

Autumn just seems to be holding out on us this year. The link to the foliage predictor map I have attached below appears to change all the time. We’re expected to peak around November 5th at this point. I can only hope we start to see some orange and reds. We have the yellow covered.

I passed through Antietam National Battlefield this week and captured this image. Yay for the sycamores and the birch trees!

I love autumn so I am hosting the 2018 Festival of Leaves Challenge I will post every Sunday and I invite everyone to join in any time through the week in any or all weeks. You can link to this post or to any weekly post. Be sure to tag your post Festival of Leaves so it is easy to find in the reader.

Autumn is my favorite season. See more images of autumn by clicking here: A Lingering Look at Autumn

Fall Foliage Prediction Map
Techniques for Fall Color Photography
The Science of Fall Color

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