September 9, 2019

Brown County Switches On 'Leaf Cam' That Eyes Fall Foliage

The Brown County Convention and Visitors Bureau says that between late September and early November the county's trees will put on a showy display with an array of colors. - Pixabay/public domain

The Brown County Convention and Visitors Bureau says that between late September and early November the county's trees will put on a showy display with an array of colors.

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NASHVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Brown County tourism officials have switched on their seasonal "leaf cam" that monitors the forested region's changing fall foliage.

The camera that's perched atop a cabin near the southern Indiana county's Bean Blossom overlook shows a panoramic view of the scenery nearby, and refreshes every 15 minutes.

The forested view of the county that's a popular tourist destination currently shows largely green leaves. But the foliage will be filling up with autumnal reds, yellows, oranges and browns in the coming weeks.

The Herald-Times reports that the Brown County Convention and Visitors Bureau says that between late September and early November the county's trees will put on a showy display with an array of colors.

Mid-October is usually the peak season for those colors. Weather can affect its arrival time.

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