It’s autumn in New Jersey. It’s usually a great time of year as it doesn’t rain as much and I don’t have to deal with the awful humidity. But it’s also time to see the fall colors.
Unfortunately, living in the city leaves me with little color to see. As I took a late-day bike ride through Liberty State Park yesterday, I realized that most of the trees around here don’t change in the way most people would want–they just turn brown. It’s probably why most people don’t associate fall foliage with New Jersey.
Fortunately, I have some older photos of autumn from my hometown a little farther west. It should look like this in another week or two. It’s a nice reminder.