WATCH: Cory J. Popp Captures Fall in Philadelphia

The short video shows off Philly during prime leaf-watching time.

Philly filmographer Cory J. Popp released his latest video this morning, and it captures everything there is to love about fall in Philly.

With winter less than a month away, Popp took some time to show off the city during peak leaf-watching season. He brought his camera to tree-lined locations like Rittenhouse Square, Locust Walk in West Philly and Old City, capturing scenes of rusted Ginkgo leaves blanketing cobblestone streets and late afternoon sunlight highlighting the Ben Franklin Bridge.

If you like Popp’s work, check out more of it at Philly Mag or on his website.

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