Kenyon Outdoors: Fall Foliage

Despite the steamy weather, autumn has arrived. Hints of gold are emerging everywhere on campus and the stench of squash hovers thickly in the air. Fall at Kenyon is famous for a reason, and the leafy brochures enticing prospective students are literal garbage when compared to the real thing. Documenting the seasonal change was a top priority for us here at The Thrill, so this week I lathered myself in sunscreen and dragged my camera down to Middle Path, hoping to snap some scenic photos. And did I ever!!!!

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The subtle beige undertones are coming out nicely!

Those barren stalks sure got me feelin foot loose and fancy free!

Those barren stalks sure got me feeling foot loose and fancy free!

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This picture makes me want to gnash at a cob of corn.

Wow, nature really is the koolest.

Wow, nature really is the koolest.

I am swaddled in wool and have cargo pants stuffed to the brim with yams.

I am swaddled in wool and have cargo pants stuffed to the brim with yams. Autumn, I am SO ready to watch you wither into nothingness.

Got some cool Kenyon fall pics? Email them to yourmomgoestocollege@kenyon.edu.

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