Snapshots of RVA: Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

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I visited Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, just outside of Richmond in Henrico County, at the end of October. I was looking to see the fall colors at the garden and there was quite a bit of it. One of the most stunning scenes there was an area that was almost completely covered in leaves — the pictures of that area are near the beginning of the slideshow. One of the pictures shows a bench basically surrounded completely by leaves. I also found a trail where trees had turned yellow, and some had turned red. There were still many flowers still in bloom.

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