Autumn colors provide stunning new backdrops to familiar — and beloved — spots on the Princeton University campus.
Video feature: Fall color transforms the Princeton campus
Posted November 5, 2015; 12:00 p.m.
Autumn colors provide stunning new backdrops to familiar — and beloved — spots on the Princeton University campus. (Video by Danielle Alio and Blake Hamilton, Office of Communications)
Every fall, the Princeton University landscape transforms. Summer flowers give way to yellow leaves and fiery red and orange foliage, providing stunning new backdrops for the campus' architecture and familiar paths.
The autumn colors change nearly every vantage point on campus, from Nassau Street to Lake Carnegie. The video above shows a variety of these scenes. For more views of campus, watch a time-lapse video of leaves changing on Nassau Hall's front lawn over three weeks, or view a collection of photos from Princeton's social media community.