Autumn in Pittsburgh

by on November 23rd, 2012

Over the last couple of months, the city has exploded into this amazing display of brilliant reds, yellows, oranges, and rusts.

Since Pittsburgh had a bit of a drought over the summer, the theory is that that has triggered the amazing colours you see below:

These trees turned red in early October. They are at the front of the CMU campus by Forbes Ave.

A couple of weeks later, the red turned into a sparkling gold:

Gold is a common colour around here. The following two shots are on North Craig Street in late September/early October:

These are shots taken from my place in North Oakland the last couple of weeks:

And from this morning:

This tree is outside Skibo gym, opposite Posner Hall, early October:

Finally, these trees are in South Side, across the river from CMU, taken this morning:

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