One of the most amazing things about living in Western North Carolina is the ability to watch the Earth system move through its annual climate cycles. That is especially true for those of us who have moved here from other regions, especially those that, perhaps, do not progress through these cycles in such grand fashion. The images below highlight how fast the changes occur in our mountains. Frozen Knob is a mountain in Madison County that shows great color each fall. Color had just started to appear on the mountain on October 11th, but by this week, the greens are giving way to the yellows, oranges and rusts of fall. >
Leaf-peeping season is peaking throughout much of the Western North Carolina. And the spectacular natural phenomenon is well covered by local and national media outlets alike, from ongoing features in the Asheville Citizen-Times to a call from Mountain Xpress for reader photos, like this one submitted by Brian Deas and Larry McCallen.
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