TURNING LEAVES: INDIANA AUTUMN
Turning Leaves is a celebration of the colors of autumn in Indiana. The content encourages the reader to open their senses to this fleeting, color-filled transition between summer and winter, when autumn brings picturesque beauty and a magnificence of its own. This regional book includes the science of fall foliage color, a listing of the most colorful trees, shrubs and vines, their distribution and habitat within the Hoosier state, mapped driving and walking tours, photo tips, numerous autumn-related stories , inspirational quotes and color photographs that will help you discover the splendor of fall foliage in Indiana. Everything to do with Indiana’s autumn, Turning Leaves is for those who love the annual festival of kaleidoscopic floral beauty, the high point of the year!
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