This week I was interviewed by Fun in Fairfax, Virginia about my favorite ways to spend a fall day in Northern Virginia. Since I absolutely love fall in this area, I had a hard time choosing! I named two favorites: Mount Vernon and the Cox Farms Fall Festival.

      Check out the article to see what I had to say about these two fantastic places. Thanks for including me, Fun in Fairfax!

      Mount Vernon in the fall
      Mount Vernon in the fall

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      Charlotte Geary

      CHARLOTTE GEARY

      Lifestyle, event, and portrait photographer with a vibrant, joyful style and 17 years of professional experience.

      Located in Reston, Virginia near Washington, D.C. and available for travel.

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