Most people think that Central Park is at its most beautiful in autumn. The leaves turn into a light show of gold, brown and shades of red. Shortened amount of daylight and colder temperatures cause leaves to change color. So as a general rule, beginning of October and continuing into early November, fall colors cover Central Park. During this season, park and its colorful paths become attraction centers for nature lovers and photographers. Thanks to its
diversity of trees, park provides contrast combination of colors in almost every path and creates perfect scenes. This is why many people from amateurs to professionals grab their cameras and capture these amazing scenes.