Autumn Colors in the US

Well, it’s 5 am and I’m sitting at my computer, wide awake.  That must mean I just got back from somewhere far away.  And indeed, I just returned from a two week trip to the USA to visit family and friends.

A 150 year-old covered bridge.

A 150 year-old covered bridge.

I was lucky enough to have made this trip during the peak of the Autumn foliage change in Pennsylvania.  If you’re lucky enough to live in an area as beautiful as the greater Philadelphia area, you know that this is a great time to be alive.  I couldn’t help but smile and be awestruck at how beautiful nature can be.  Even quick trips to the market for my morning coffee turned into long country drives to take in the beautiful scenery of Chester County.

Autumn is a wonderful time to be in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Autumn is a wonderful time to be in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

I’d like to thank everyone I saw on my visit, especially my family and friends who made it such a nice time.  I hope you all can make it to Taiwan some time to see the unique things it has to offer.

This unique looking horse had me driving down this road quite a few times to take its picture.

This unique looking horse had me driving down this road quite a few times to take its picture.

To see a few more pictures from my trip, visit the current projects gallery on my website.  Within a week or two, I should have my website completely made over, with some new pictures and cleaner galleries.

Thanks for looking,
-neil

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