Autumn Arrives in Style in a Maryland Park

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Secret Vistas – A Photo Essay –
By Glynn Wilson

GREENBELT, Md. — After a couple of days of drizzling rain and clouds — and a month in the Washington, D.C. area waiting for fall color to hit the trees — autumn arrived in style on Friday in Greenbelt Park, National Park Service land with the closest campground to the heart of the nation’s capital via Metro rail. One of the loveliest days in an amazing fall as we make the move to Maryland.

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Deer feeding in a field in Green Belt Park, Maryland: Glynn Wilson

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The blue autumn sky in Greenbelt Park, Maryland: Glynn Wilson

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Deer feeding in a field in Green Belt Park, Maryland: Glynn Wilson

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The blue autumn sky in Greenbelt Park, Maryland: Glynn Wilson

Autumn leaves cover a wooden bridge on one of the hiking trails surrounding Greenbelt Park, a National Park Service campground and day use area in Maryland very near Washington, D.C. Glynn Wilson

Autumn leaves cover a wooden bridge on one of the hiking trails surrounding Greenbelt Park, a National Park Service campground and day use area in Maryland very near Washington, D.C. Glynn Wilson

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The blue autumn sky in Greenbelt Park, Maryland: Glynn Wilson

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An ancient giant in Greenbelt Park, Maryland. A great catalpa tree: Glynn Wilson

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