The cool, crisp air of autumn is upon us, bringing with it hues of red, gold, orange and yellow in the scenery and along the trails of the Susquehanna Greenway. As one of the most photographic times of year, fall is a photographer’s paradise and, with these great tips, you’re sure to catch some of the most stunning snaps of the season.

Get above the treesWith the coming of fall, the transition from green to hues of gold, orange, red, and yellow can be seen just about anywhere. Still, the best place to witness the sweeping foliage is from a bird’s-eye view. Get up high, whether it be by hiking or driving up a windy mountain road to best capture the canvas of color below.

Alana Jajko is the director of Communications and Outreach for the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership. Her work is focused on promoting trails and communities within our vibrant and connected Susquehanna Greenway, so that people like you can enjoy opportunities to engage with the outdoors. Alana can be reached at ajajko@susquehannagreenway.org.

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