There are the yellows and golds of poplars, the vibrant reds from native sumacs, while maples add a touch of vivid orange.
Indiana is a photographer's paradise in fall, when the state becomes alive with color.
The one catch? The fall color season in Indiana doesn't last too long.
Making matters more challenging, peak fall foliage in Indiana may start as early in September or as late as mid-October, depending on your location (earlier in the north and later in the south) ....and, of course, the weather! A wet summer will produce more fall color, and a dry one not so much.
So it's the smart shutterbug who has the camera at the ready, and a sharp eye on local Indiana peak fall color reports.
Just up ahead, follow our guide to suggested viewing and related resources on Indiana fall color around the Web -- and check out why it really is worth the trip.