We’ve seen many images of the stunning fall colors coming out of the high country and other places in Colorado.

Here in Denver, the transition of fall foliage has come around more slowly.

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In most places trees remain green in Denver, but there are some spots that are showing signs of fall.

At City Park, tree tops are getting covered with a nice brilliant yellow, which blends in nicely among the fields of green.

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At Wash Park, leaves of many trees are showing more gold, which in some cases has transitioned to a honey brown along the running trails.

At Wallace Park, there are pops of deep reds among the yellow and golden tones.

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The Denver Forestry Division says we'll start to see more dramatic color changes in the next few weeks.