Oct 25 2011

October Scenes from Schenley Park

Published by at 7:30 am under Phenology,Plants,Schenley Park,Trees


The weather was beautiful last Saturday when I took these pictures in Schenley Park.  Even my little cell phone camera was able to capture the colors.  Here are buckeye leaves turning yellow at eye level.

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Blue sky peeks through the trees.

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Golden leaves and green.  The green leaves are porcelainberry.

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The trails were flooded with light.

(photos by Kate St. John)

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3 Responses to “October Scenes from Schenley Park”

  1. Franklin Chenon 25 Oct 2011 at 8:24 am

    Very lovely! I love both Frick and Schenley parks. By the way, I have been subscribed to your blog for months now and enjoy the local tidbits you share here.

  2. Kathyon 25 Oct 2011 at 8:49 am

    Gorgeous, gorgeous and then gorgeous! Don’t you just love the narled roots in the first picture. Such character.

  3. Carol Smithon 25 Oct 2011 at 8:58 am

    Porcelainberry is a huge problem in the Cape May area where it blankets native vegetation growing on wood edges and in hedgerows.

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