Autumn at de Vuursche

Hello there! Today I’ll be posting photos from a little trip I took a few weeks ago. I had a few hours of free time on my hands, so I decided to quickly catch a train towards Utrecht. I wanted to take a few last photos of this year’s autumn season.

De Vuursche area is part of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug, which is a national park in the middle of the Netherlands. I got off the train at Hollandsche Rading and walked around the Lage Vuursche for a short while, before heading north towards Hilversum to get back to a train station by bus.

Despite the bad weather, there were quite some people out walking their dogs or just biking past. I was amazed by the amazingly bright yellows and greens. I couldn’t quite capture the intensity as much as I wanted to, so just take it from me; some conifers were almost neon green. 

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6 Replies to “Utrecht: Autumn Colours at De Vuursche

  1. Saturdag s’ morgens in Sydney. Het regent en winter is er bijna. Heerlijk bos fotos bekijken en denken aan een reisjje na Nederland. Sorry about my Australian Dutch. Groetjes Peet

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