Fall foliage: top 20 pictures in Washington, D.C. region from Weather Gang readers

The fall foliage season started off a bit dull, but the colors suddenly popped in the last week. I’ve since heard many people remark this is some of the best fall foliage in the region in years.

Via our Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr feeds, I’ve compiled – in my view – the top 20 fall foliage photo submissions. I am continually amazed by the photography talents of our readers and thank everyone for sharing their pictures.


Sunset over Old Rag Mountain in Va. November 2 (Bob Ryan via Facebook)

Conowingo Dam, November 2 (Sarah Anderson via Twitter/web)

Difficult Run from November 1 (Sarah Anderson via Twitter/web)

Fall colors near by Catoctin Mountain Highway in Maryland on October 31. (Ganu Kumar via Flickr)

Foliage by the White House, November 2 (Joe Flood via Flickr)

Eastern Market, November 2 (Caroline Angelo via Flickr)

South River Falls trail, Shenandoah National Park on October 26 (Erin Kelly via Flickr)

Staunton, Virginia, October 27 (Erin Kelly via Flickr)

November 3 (Christina Ruffo via Flickr)

Furnace Mountain Road in western Loudoun Co. Va this weekend (Kenneth James via Facebook, see also his Instagram pics)

(Carlee Ojeda via Facebook)

Virginia mountains (Mary Huba via Facebook)

 

Tidal Basin section


Tidal Basin, November 2 (Ian Livingston (CWG photographer) via Flickr – not previously published)

Tidal Basin, November 3 (TransplantedinDC via Flickr)

Tidal Basin (Kevin Wolf via Facebook)

Great Falls section


Great Falls, Va. Saturday (Navin Sarma Photography via Facebook)

Great Falls on October 27 (Martin Radigan via Facebook)

Great Falls on November 3 (Pablo Benavente via Flickr)

Related

Fall foliage gives blossom bloom a run for its money at the Tidal Basin (Nov 4)

Fall foliage from space: before and after
(Oct 30)
Searching for peak color at Eagle Rock and Capon Springs, WV (PHOTOS) (Oct 28)
Fall colors popping from Great Falls to Richmond (PHOTOS) (Oct 22)
Photos from Skyline Drive: Near peak foliage color (Oct 21)

Jason is currently the Washington Post’s weather editor. A native Washingtonian, Jason has been a weather enthusiast since age 10.
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