Fallingwater is special no matter what time of year you visit, but this was my first time visiting the site when the autumn colors had painted the land around the house and stream. It was breathtaking with the leaves in contrast to the living rock and the natural coloration of the house. I know it was conceived in the summer and was intended as a summer home, but there couldn't have been more perfect time to see it. It was warm, sunny, and there was low humidity, so the tour was comfortable and so was the walk to the house and back to the visiter center, The gallery exhibits were lovely, and the selection at the gift store was excellent. Well worth the effort to drive there.
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