Readers’ View: Texas Fall
Throughout the year, Texas Highways showcases the people, places, and wide-open spaces of the Lone Star State, but we can't be everywhere at once. That is where you—our readers—come in. You're consistently sharing your own perspectives on what makes Texas great, and we'd like to showcase some of that.
Published: November 3, 2015 at 5:29 pm
Written by Art Williams | Updated: April 21, 2018 | Filed Under: Photo Gallery
Capturing the rich, rich colors of a Texas fall, Texas Highways readers are generous with sharing their beautifull fall foliage photos.
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Enjoy some beautiful fall colors that our readers have previously shared. You are always welcome to visit our Facebook page and share your images there, too. Readers help us get the bigger picture that is Texas.
The Guadalupe River near Waring. Photo by Jerry Cotten.
Winter snow at Casa Grande in Big Bend National Park. (Photo by Tim McKenna)
Clark Gardens just outside Minderal Wells. (Photo by JoAnn Keasler Prestridge)
Left: Colorful Leakey near Garner State Park. (Photo by Peggy Oliver). Right: Brackenridge Park in San Antonio. (Photo by Rita Rios)
Brilliantly colored Nacogdoches County backroad. (Photo by Brian Phelps)
Garner State Park. (Photo by Laura Brooks Bay)
From the November 2015 issue