Thomas L. Kelly covered bridge in Allegany State Park in the fall, surrounded with final colors of the 2016 season of color.
Compared to Buffalo, NY and the surrounding area, the higher elevation of the Allegany State Park meant colors at least a week ahead, past peak, and to disappear quickly. This day was perfect though, with sun playing a peek-a-boo and selectively highlighting areas of woods, alleys lining the park roads, and as here, even a covered bridge, with beautiful light.
Hang the photo on your walls and you will preserve the warm light and colors all year long; to look at on cold winter days or long winter nights.
Allegany State Park, located in Western New York, is divided into two areas: The Red House area, and the Quaker area. The now 64,800-acre was established in 1921 and offers 18 hiking trails, and 375 cabins, 150 winterized. References
: Allegany State Park on Wikipedia