The colorful glory of fall


Fall foliage around the Sedalia area is reaching its peak. Colorful sugar maple trees frame the back of the Sedalia Public Library and the Sacred Heart Catholic Church on West Third Street Thursday morning. Weather this weekend will be cool and mild, providing a good opportunity to get out and see a variety of fall colors.


A small purple morning glory flower blooms among a sea of red foliage on a burning bush shrub at Liberty Park Thursday.


Oak trees are turning red and orange at Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site, north of Sedalia. The 12,000-foot lodge, built by John Homer Bothwell in the early 20th Century, is a local landmark. The fall colors framing the lodge can be observed while driving by on North U.S. Highway 65.


Fall crab apples share a backdrop with purple morning glories in a garden at Liberty Park Thursday morning.


Fall foliage around the Sedalia area is reaching its peak. Colorful sugar maple trees frame the back of the Sedalia Public Library and the Sacred Heart Catholic Church on West Third Street Thursday morning. Weather this weekend will be cool and mild, providing a good opportunity to get out and see a variety of fall colors.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD101615Fall-Foliage11.jpgFall foliage around the Sedalia area is reaching its peak. Colorful sugar maple trees frame the back of the Sedalia Public Library and the Sacred Heart Catholic Church on West Third Street Thursday morning. Weather this weekend will be cool and mild, providing a good opportunity to get out and see a variety of fall colors.

A small purple morning glory flower blooms among a sea of red foliage on a burning bush shrub at Liberty Park Thursday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD101615FallFoliage-21.jpgA small purple morning glory flower blooms among a sea of red foliage on a burning bush shrub at Liberty Park Thursday.

Oak trees are turning red and orange at Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site, north of Sedalia. The 12,000-foot lodge, built by John Homer Bothwell in the early 20th Century, is a local landmark. The fall colors framing the lodge can be observed while driving by on North U.S. Highway 65.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD101615FallFoliage-31.jpgOak trees are turning red and orange at Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site, north of Sedalia. The 12,000-foot lodge, built by John Homer Bothwell in the early 20th Century, is a local landmark. The fall colors framing the lodge can be observed while driving by on North U.S. Highway 65.

Fall crab apples share a backdrop with purple morning glories in a garden at Liberty Park Thursday morning.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD101615FallFoliage-41.jpgFall crab apples share a backdrop with purple morning glories in a garden at Liberty Park Thursday morning.

Fall foliage around the Sedalia area is reaching its peak. Colorful sugar maple trees frame the back of the Sedalia Public Library and the Sacred Heart Catholic Church on West Third Street Thursday morning. Weather this weekend will be cool and mild, providing a good opportunity to get out and see a variety of fall colors.

A small purple morning glory flower blooms among a sea of red foliage on a burning bush shrub at Liberty Park Thursday.

Oak trees are turning red and orange at Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site, north of Sedalia. The 12,000-foot lodge, built by John Homer Bothwell in the early 20th Century, is a local landmark. The fall colors framing the lodge can be observed while driving by on North U.S. Highway 65.

Fall crab apples share a backdrop with purple morning glories in a garden at Liberty Park Thursday morning.

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Sedalia Democrat

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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