Campus Leaf Peeping
By Kristen Bailey NOVEMBER 14, 2017
Fall is known for its outstanding foliage, and many people take trips to the mountains or certain areas of the country expressly to look at leaves.
You don’t have to leave Georgia Tech for excellent leaf peeping, though. All over campus, leaves are turning to warm shades of red, orange, and — of course — gold.
Red leaves on an Overcup Oak near the MRDC
Georgia Tech's Arboretum
signage helps identify and learn about the various species on campus
Shades of gold near the Manufacturing Related Disciplines Complex (MRDC)
Tech Tower peeks out from behind a Japanese Maple
Red leaves stand out in front of green ones near Tech Tower
On Ferst Drive near the Campus Recreation Center
Students walk near the Manufacturing Related Disciplines Complex
More Campus Color
Photos by Rob Felt and Christopher Moore