Parks In Tennessee Have Created An Amazing Way For Colorblind Tourists To View The Fall Colors

While most of us delight in the magic of fall foliage, those with colorblindness can’t usually partake in this seasonal phenomenon. That’s where the beauty of Tennessee’s new leaf-peeping technology comes in. The Department of Tourism has recently installed “colorblind-less viewfinders” to allow those who typically cannot differentiate red/green colors to experience the full spectrum of autumnal color.

Here’s more on this wonderful project:

Watch the brief video below to learn more about this heart-warming initiative and witness the transformative beauty of seeing fall colors for the first time:

What are your thoughts on this new development? We’d love to hear from you!