By Michael Seese
A few months ago, I posted a funny photo based on our family's recent visit to the Chapin Forest Reservation of the Lake Metroparks. We visited again last weekend to look at the leaves.
I took this picture from the ridge high above the valley, with Lake Erie barely visible in the background.
In the interest of full disclosure, I took the photo through my brown-tinted sunglasses, which really make the colors stand out. This is the same basic view, without color enhancement.
Even unenhanced, it still looks pretty good.
Winters in Cleveland can be tough. But I feel sorry for the folks who don't get this kind of autumn as a lead-in.
What about you? Do you have any fall foliage photos to share, via a link in the comments perhaps?