17 Mesmerizing ‘Grams of Philly’s Fall Foliage Found Under #PhillyScape

There's nothing quite like seeing the Philadelphia cityscape draped in reds, oranges and yellows.

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Last week, we brought you some killer Halloween-inspired shots of the City of Brotherly Love. Now that those ghoulish (and glorious) days are behind us, it’s time to focus on the real showstopper of the season: Philly’s incredible fall foliage.

Whether you’re hiking in the Wissahickon, relaxing at Belmont Plateau, running along the Schuylkill or simply admiring a color-changing tree on your block, there’s nothing quite like seeing city draped in all of those vibrant reds, inspiring yellows and captivating oranges. So grab a hot cup of cider, a slice of pie (don’t forget to slap a dollop of whipped cream on top) and get ready to be immersed in the beautiful scenes of fall in Philadelphia.

As one comment on Instagram put it, fall is essentially nature’s way of redecorating. May we be the first to say: Damn Philly, we love what you’ve done with the place. 

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