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.


Blue sky peeks through the trees.


Golden leaves and green.  The green leaves are porcelainberry.


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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