The trees and dancing leaves on the Princeton campus — in hues of gold and red and many other colors — tell a vivid story of the fall season. Junior Daisy Radevsky, above, finds a colorful location in which to work on her art in the class "Introductory Drawing."
Photo by Denise Applewhite
Video feature: 'Color Play: Princeton in Fall'
Posted December 8, 2011; 12:00 p.m.
Dancing and tumbling in the wind, a fall leaf gives color to the beauty of the Princeton University campus. In the fall season, the campus comes alive in orange, yellow and red, while still holding on to some green. Students put on layers of fleece, knits and flannels, and enjoy the changing seasons. This video shows the beauty of the Princeton campus in the fall, with a leaf as a guide.
Play the "Color Play: Princeton in Fall" video. (Photo by Denise Applewhite)
The wind carries the leaves through walkways and archways, past bounding squirrels and down steps. On display are the colors of autumn; the colors of Princeton.