Our photographers have been busy capturing some beautiful fall scenes in the Valley as the leaves are really turning vibrant colors and shades.
I was traveling through Sullivan County this weekend and the leaves were GORGEOUS there too – but as a safe driver, I have no pictures of that.
So we’ll have to settle for these wonderful shots!
Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer …and that means it’s time for the annual regional traditions, like the changing of the leaves.
Yesterday, I saw some of those changes beginning to peep out, with some golds and reds beginning to mix with the traditional green of the leaves.
Summer is my favorite time, but I like fall too, and now I feel extra fall-y after seeing the leaves begin to change.
Although, honestly I could never understand why people would make a special trip/vacation to see the leaves change. I mean, it’s nice, but come on – it’s just leaves.
Either way, enjoy the beginning of fall, everyone!
There’s a definite spring in everyone’s step as spring is in the air!
The temperature has finally crawled above 50 and it’s time to celebrate with some spring-themed photos, courtesy of Daily Item readers.
Here’s my favorite springtime photos from the reader galleries:
“Yay!! It’s Officially Spring!”
by Suzy Smith, Middleburg
If I have one complaint about winter it’s the snow. The stuff that turns the streets of Central PA into a nightmare for drivers and ruins your new pants and shoe.
[Note, “snow” is not to be confused with my sister’s adorable cockapoo, “Snowball.”]
And it looks like we’re already into snow season – oh joy.
But if there’s one thing I do love about snow – it’s that it makes for some cute pictures.
There’s nothing better than taking pictures in front of a snowy field all bundled up or more beautiful than seeing a barn and farm covered under a layer of white.
I’ll definitely be posting my favorite snow scenes from around the Valley here – and please send me your snow photos – I’ll post them here so we can compare vantage points.
So bundle up and break out the smartphone – winter has arrived in Pennsylvania!