About Texas Fall Color Images
This gallery contains images of fall color from across the state of Texas. Though fall color is not widespread throughout the state there are still places where it can be found. Pockets of bigtooth maple trees (Acer grandidentatum), which produce the most brilliant autumn color, exist in West Texas in the Guadalupe Mountains (most notably in McKittrick Canyon) and the Big Bend, as well as in the Texas Hill Country. Other trees such as Texas red oaks (Quercus texana), bald cypresses (Taxodium distichum) and cedar elms (Ulmus crassifolia) can produce beautiful color under the right conditions.
Current offerings from West Texas include photos from McKittrick Canyon and Smith Spring in Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
Current offerings from the Texas Hill Country include photos from Lost Maples State Natural Area, Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge, and Pedernales Falls State Park.
Current offerings from the Texas Cross Timbers include photos from San Saba County.
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