Fall in the hot Lowcountry comes along so much different than up in New England. There’s no cold snaps here to change the colors or scenery. It’s all about time, time to fall back and stop growth.
Above you see how tall reeds and grasses have grown, much taller than a person. Also the seed tops and grasses are browning, some nice golden’s.
While we don’t have the traditional oranges and reds (or the trees that turn like that) we do have a changing marshland that can be just as pretty.
Note; above best viewed large.