ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — With the wind chill at 24 degrees, it was a perfect morning to capture my annual “two seasons in one” offering.
I went over to Ellison Park where you can see some of the last autumn color, with some nice foliage hanging on amidst the early stages of winter and a lightly falling snow.
A dusting on the ground made for some sensational scenery around Irondequoit Creek there.
Ellison is a terrific park year-round, but especially when fall begins to give way to winter like Friday morning. The leaves tend to hang on longer there than other spots in our region.
I go here every year around this time as we begin our segue way into winter’s wrath.