Fall Leaf-Peeping In Shenandoah National Park
Fall in Shenandoah National Park is one of the most magical times of year thanks to the changing foliage. Timing your visit is chancy, as more than a little serendipity, and the weather, influence the changing leaves.
There are long lines, both to get into the park and to enter a restroom, but there also are richly hued forests and wonderful leaf-littered paths to explore.
This slideshow was compiled from photographs taken the last "peak" days of 2012, October 21-23.
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