The fall and winter seasons can be a little depressing here in the Pacific Northwest. In my neck of the woods, snow is uncommon, with little to no “White Christmas” taking place. And while the Evergreen and other similar trees are beautiful, they remain green year round, with few other trees (where I am anyway) showing any foliage. So I decided to go find some beautiful, colorful leaves this Halloween. Wright Park in Tacoma is a gorgeous park that perfect for taking a stroll, feeding some ducks, watching your children play at the playground, but what is even better is that the majority of their trees have leaves that will change color and fall, blanketing the ground in deep shades of yellow, orange, red, and brown. As I arrived, I saw a couple staging a little photo shoot with their two young children, letting them play in the leaves and also tossing leaves in the air while one took pictures with their phone. It really is an ideal spot for fall photos, whether of your family, or of what the park has to offer.
If you ever find yourself in Tacoma, take a moment to stop by Wright Park. Sit on a bench and watch the ducks as they float along the water near the spray fountains or take a nice stroll and have a look at the scenery!