Autumn arrives quietly on the Amalfi Coast. Slowly the grape vines take on a rich red hue and the leaves of the sycamores turn a golden brown in the evening light. It’s an exercise in looking closely at first, but before long the landscape is dotted with autumn colors. This year’s warm and dry August and September months delayed the arrival of autumn, and I’ve enjoyed watching the slow arrival on my walks up in the mountains. Come along with me on autumn walk in Scala!

Autumn colors on the Amalfi Coast

Autumn leaves in Scala

A burst of orange

Yellow lined street in Scala

Blue autumn sky

Red vines in Scala

Changing of the seasons

Just a little bit of red

Golden hues of a sycamore in Minuta

16 Comments
  • Amber

    Beautiful photographs. Thank you for sharing them.

    November 12, 2011
  • Sandra

    I remember that autumn walk around Scala we took last November…thanks for the beautiful picture and the sweet memories! Let’s do that walk together again next November!

    November 12, 2011
  • Cathy

    Beautiful photos Laura. I enjoyed sharing your autumn walk. I paused the other day, when I was riding my bike to take some seasonal photos. I was amazed at how many different colours the leaves were.

    November 13, 2011
  • Anne

    Great photos Laura, thanks for sharing, I love the one with the coloured leaves , very eye catching 🙂

    November 13, 2011
  • Anne

    oops I meant to say , the photo that looks like a “wall of leaves” 🙂

    November 13, 2011
  • What a lovely walk. I miss autumn!

    November 13, 2011
  • This give me hope that the weather will still be sunny and warmish when on the Amalfi coast in late October and November for walks along the Path f the Gods from Ravello to Atrani and from Noecelle down into Positano. Perhaps I can eave my winter jacket at home.

    September 22, 2012

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