The Aga Khan Museum and Park has been planted for an autumn show of colour. I went to see what the display looked like. There is a depth and height of the building on the landscape that is remarkable and is created with the reflecting infinity pools. I was looking for these reflecting pools to create magic with the orange and red leaves of the trees, and for the white building to contrast with the colours and magnify the intensity of colour. You can see the effects of the reflecting pool in the second picture.
I didn't find the brilliance of colour that might have been - with the high winds of the last few weeks, there aren't many leaves on the trees. With the multi-stemed trees, there will be many branches on the trees. As they mature over time, the show will be something to see.