Fall has finally come. As I scan through feeds of ironic “fall in Florida” photographs, I ponder what fall in Florida really looks like. There are no drives in the country to see the leaves turn color, and there are certainly no pumpkins growing on our beaches. Yet fall is still my favorite season in Florida. As the temperatures fall from the 90s to the 80s, you will find more and more people enjoying the great outdoors in Florida, even if the leaves don’t change color. In celebration of fall’s beginning, I combed through last year’s fall photos looking for the best of fall in Florida. Here it is:
The vast majority of these images probably don’t fit with how most people in the U.S. think of fall, but they are all too familiar for those living in Florida. I’ve come to love it for what it is.