Fall is a season for color lovers. Vibrant yellows, fiery reds, electric oranges — color drips off the trees and blankets the cool floor, providing photographers with an endless spectrum of mesmerizing subjects.
We culled through the Conservancy’s photo archive in search of the best fall foliage photos. Enjoy the view and then make plans to get outdoors this fall!
1) View from the Conservancy’s Bear Rocks Preserve in the Dolly Sods Wilderness in the Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia. Image source: Les Miller
2) Colorful fall leaves. Image source: Charles DeCurtis/TNC
3) A herd of elk meander between fall aspen. Image source: Scott Copeland
4) Fall in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Image source: Scott Copeland
5) Autumn view of rushing water at Deer Creek, California. Image source: Ian Shive
6) Sunrise over red spruce and red blueberry, in full Fall color, at the Conservancy’s Bear Rocks Preserve, West Virginia. Image source: Kent Mason
7) Path near Holly Creek Preserve, Georgia. Image source: Katherine Thomas
8) Fallen leaves in creek at Dolly Sods Wilderness area of West Virginia. Image source: Kent Mason
9) Aspen woodlands showing fall color in the Coniferous Forest Zone of the Santa Fe National Forest in New Mexico. Image source: Alan Eckert Photography
10) Autumn view of orange-colored maple leaves in riparian habitat along the San Miguel river near the Dallas Divide, southwest Colorado. Image source: Lynn McBride/TNC
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