Fall Splendor Around the World

Winter is fast approaching and has arrived in some parts of the world. Here is a glimpse at some of the splendor of God’s creation through the colors of Autumn. All images have been contributed by readers of Globe Trottin Granny.


@Creative Commons - exact location not identified

@Creative Commons – exact location not identified


My dear friend, Lynette Skoglund Kleve sent me these photos of around Linköping, Sweden, and Värmland, Sweden.[easyrotator]erc_7_1415370704[/easyrotator]

Brenda Soule is a friend and sister-in-law. She has a passion for photography, and you are able to purchase prints, and canvases of her work. http://BrendaKSoulePhotography.com See her photography below. If you order, all photos are finished without the watermarks visible on the pictures.


A Facebook friend who lives in Hawaii, but visits Virginia every Fall gave me permission to use these pictures. Thank you, Arleen Boyd.

I hope you enjoyed these wonderful pictures of Fall. All photos were used by permission, and I watermarked them with photographer identification. The images appearing here are NOT for public use.

I welcome ideas for an article, pictures, or written articles from my readers of Globe Trottin Granny. Let me know you are interested in seeing something you have concerning travel anywhere in our wonderful world in the comment section. I will follow up from there.

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Cedar Point – The World’s Best

Cedar Point – Ferris Wheel, and Fireworks

“The votes have been cast and the results are in! For the 15th consecutive year Cedar Point amusement park/resort has taken home the coveted “Best Amusement Park in the World” award at the annual Golden Ticket Awards ceremony. Cedar Point’s legendary Millennium Force was once again voted the “Best Steel Roller Coaster in the World,” giving the popular vacation destination the awards in the top two categories for the second year in a row. Cedar Point dominated the best steel roller coaster category as four of the world’s top 21 steel roller coasters reside at park, continuing Cedar Point’s legacy as being known as the “Roller Coaster Capital of the World.” Continue reading