Dunwoody's in the middle of the fall season with leaves turning yellow, magenta, orange and everything in between. Upload your photos and show off the flora in your yard. I'll get it started because I've got some great photos.
Dunwoody's in the middle of the fall season with leaves turning yellow, magenta, orange and everything in between. Upload your photos and show off your yard. I'll get it started. Easy to do; just upload your photo were you can click "upload photos and videos" just above this and get it in there. Selfishly, I want to see some trees changing I don't see on my walks everyday. Make it happen for the community to enjoy.
Colorful leaves are starting to show in parts of Dunwoody and the north Georgia mountains.
When the temperatures start dropping, nature lovers start heading to the mountains for colorful fall foliage. Fall color is just starting to show across northern Georgia, according to the Georgia Department of Resources. Many of Georgia’s State Parks make it easy to enjoy the best of “leaf season” – offering plenty of places to explore hiking trails, snuggle by campfires and fill photos albums. The parks even provide lodge rooms, cabins, campgrounds and yurts so that travelers can stay overnight, surrounded by spectacular scenery. Before you go, check the DNR’s “Leaf Watch” webpage for updates on how fall color is progressing across the mountains; it's available now through mid-November. Below are the Georgia Department of Natural …