Generally speaking, Texas is not a place you want to visit if you are a serious leaf peeper. Autumn here tends to last about a day – blink and you miss it. In the Hill Country, the majority of the trees are either evergreen Cedars or Live Oaks which, strangely, lose their leaves in Spring so coming across anything approaching Autumn colours is pretty unusual.
A couple of weekends ago, though, I spent some time in Guadelupe River State Park and there, the cypress trees along the bank of the river were showing some signs of the season.
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