As the end of the year approaches and temperatures begin to decrease the trees and shrubs begin their transformation turning from green to various shades of fall colors. Indianapolis boasts many types of trees from conifers to deciduous, which mean residents can enjoy the visual beauty of orange, yellow, red, and green during the autumn months.
Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park has beautiful trails with vibrant sights. Creative types will enjoy collecting the assorted colored leaves to make a collage or place in a scrapbook; the outdoor lover will appreciate the smell of fresh air and peaceful sounds of nature; the athlete will welcome the beautiful colors and change in scenery from the normal route when jogging on one of the many trails.
Along the White River are several favorable spots for fisherman. Among the tree lined shore they can be spotted as they try their luck. The river has some breathtaking sights just in case the fish are not biting much. Gorgeous shades of fall are lining the streets in the neighborhoods and all around the city for just a few more days.
Take a moment each of those days to look around and appreciate the stunning natural color changes against the contrast of the clear blue sky before the colder temperatures and wind bring the leaves to the ground until they grow again in spring.