A BRIEF Intermission — Fall Foliage Photo Essay 10.24.09

Written by on October 27, 2009 in Blog, Travel - No comments

Following the heart-warming travel misadventures, here’s a pretty little break for your eyes — photos from a drive through NE Georgia/Appalachians to check out the turning of the leaves at their peak. While the photos don’t do the warm orange, golds and red justice, you get the point. For those that have never had the pleasure of viewing the turning of the leaves in person, trust. It is a truly breathtakingly colorful nature experience.

About the Author

Diana Edelman is a travel writer and expat currently residing in Chiang Mai, Thailand. In 2010 she quit her job in PR to go on a solo backpacking adventure and tackle her 30-Life-Crisis. After seven months abroad, journeying throughout Europe and Africa, she returned to America and relocated to Las Vegas. Following a year-long stint back in PR, she once again quit her job to follow her dreams; this time her journey took her to the elephants and Elephant Nature Park where she is involved with raising awareness about responsible elephant tourism. Recently, Diana was named a finalist in the Destinology Travel Bloggy Awards for travel writing. She has been a regular contributor to Viator and recently served as the Las Vegas contributor for OneTravel.com and CheapOair.com. Her work has appeared in print and online, including The Huffington Post, Matador Network, Travel + Escape, Vegas Seven, World Nomads and more.

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  1. thejourneywithnoend October 27, 2009 at 1:19 am · Reply

    was just in your area and just missed the full color explosion. thanks for sharing!

  2. mary richardson October 30, 2009 at 9:17 am · Reply

    thanks for these photos… will miss the fall foliage this year since I live in a country where the season barely changes!

    • dtravelsround December 7, 2009 at 8:50 pm · Reply

      It’s funny — some of those orange and red leaves are STILL clinging to treeds. And we’re into December!

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