There's arguably no better time to photograph Washington than during autumn. 2014 didn't disappoint.
On Saturday, I enjoyed autumn's last colorful hurrah in the woods near Bull Run. The crisp air felt more like mid-December.
Fall color is fighting to stay on the trees this week.
The leaves will have to fight to stay on the trees in Friday's 30 mph wind gusts.
In many places you're probably more likely to see peak leaf color on the ground than on the trees.
Before a weekend of wind, we made a trip to the Tidal Basin to see its fall color show. The walk is beautiful in any season.
The best and brightest fall color has arrived in Washington, D.C.'s north and west suburbs.
Fall color has ramped up markedly over the past two weeks as peak foliage season nears in the city.
Peak color will likely reach the western D.C. suburbs by this weekend.
Prime fall foliage is closing into Washington,D.C.'s far western suburbs,where beautiful hues of orange,red,and yellow are evident and growing ever-more vibrant.