Isolated Maple leaf at Olmsted Park.
The leaves on the Korean maple are fuller and deeper red than those on their Japanese counterparts, and light shines through them a little more easily.
Leaf Peeping Peephole
The fall colors of the Fens beyond its Boylston Street bridge are seen through its arched opening.
The last light of day casts its kiss upon the carpet of foliage at Mount Auburn Cemetery.
The Riverway walking path at peak foliage.
Autumn is well reflected in the Muddy River.
The Pendula (a Japanese Larch) is a spectrum of colors/
The Weeping Katsura had long since shed its coat, but the neighboring Ginkgo graciously let it borrow its blanket.
Out Of The Park
The mouth of Leverett Pond in Olmsted Park reflects a bounty of fall color,
Esplanade reflecting pool in early autumn
And so she dropped her veil of leaves to bare her sorrow over the impending winter.
Call to Fall
The Esplanade path is brightened by autumnal colors.
Bussey Hill Vista
A bench at Bussey Hill awaits tired hikers. NOTE: limited pixels on this shot; not recommended to print above 16x20.
A single orange leaf catches the sun as it flutters to the ground amid the forest shadows at the Arnold Arboretum.
Paved With Gold
The Riverway path is resplendent in fall foliage.
Contrasts in Color
The Blue Billow hydrangea look just as fascinating now as they did at the peak of summer.
A family portrait for Halloween. — at Mount Auburn Cemetery.
The trees across the lagoon from the Japanese Lantern crafted in 1587 are a study in color and texture.
A section of the Muddy River along the Riverway in Boston is resplendent and reflective in fall colors.
Fall Still Life
Autumn's bounty is there for the taking — and biting — of the wildlife.
If trees grew down and leaves fell up ...
The reflection of fall colors in the ripping Muddy River makes for an impressionist-like painting.
Autumn's first color at the arboretum.
Fall's First Blush
A leaf displays a road map to autumn.
I'll Be Your Mirror
The Arboertum's Rehder Pond reflects a serene scene in early November,
A grave at Mount Auburn Cemetery is framed in foliage.
Final Resting Spot
Fall leaves collect on a granite bench at a Mount Auburn Cemetety gravesite.
The Way to Peace
The canopy of trees in a Chestnut Hill front yard makes for dazzling display of colors and light filtered through the sugar maple leaves. (Note: limited pixels on this image; prints recommended not to exceed 11x14")
Carpet of Color
A Brookline backyard goes to the fence for the fall.
Gate to Boston Collge and Gasson Hall in autumn splendor.
Nighttime of Elm Street
A red maple, illuminated by a single Brookline streetlight, is like an apparition in the dark.
Thank You, Mr. Olmsted
One of the stone bridges on Boston's Riverway is set against fall foliage.
Find Your Path ...
... into the Golden Kingdom of the Arnold Arboretum.
A Mount Auburn Cemetery gravesite is carpeted with the golden bounty of a sugar maple.
Reflecting Pool Cool
Foliage along the Charles is seen in the rippled surface of the Esplanade lagoon.
Scenes from throughout Boston's Emerald Necklace, an 1,100-acre chain of parks linked by pathways and waterways begun in the 1800s.
A gas lamp and a sugar maple are aglow at Newton's Farlow Park.
Fall in The Fens
Peak foliage at Olmsted Park. NOTE: limited pixels on this shot; not recommended to print above 16x20.
The hues and the textures are incredible, right down the hair-like fibers on the leafs' veins.
Big Maple on campus — Boston College.
Take It To The Bridge
One of Olmsted's bridges on Boston's Riverway is spotlighted by the setting sun.
The Public Garden appears like a willowy dream scene as its transitioing trees are reflected in the quieted lagoon.
The fullmoon maple has some of the most colorful and artful leaves. Similar to a Japanese maple, but with a more intricate leaf structure. Mount Auburn Cemetery.
Gold In Redwood
Autumnal magnificence from the Dawn Redwood. Everything about these trees is extraordinary, from the intricate trunks on up.