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Catching the bright spots of fall

A few samples of local autumn images I’ve collected this week while being out-and-about.  While there’s not widespread color there are some color “hot spots” here and there.

Nothing spectacular…at the moment just something to post! :-)

Everyone have a good weekend!

7 Comments on Catching the bright spots of fall

  1. Great choice of fall colors Earl.
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  2. Thanks for sharing, Earl. I like the simplicity of the tree trunk and the yellow leaves. Have a super weekend.
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  3. Very nice series, Earl. One photo almost looks like a watercolor filter has been applied. This type of photo is perfect for the effect.
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  4. Now that’s something we don’t get over here in Queensland, Australia. Enchanting is a good word to describe this sort of scenery, at least, that is how I think of it considering that our trees look pretty much the same all year round (with a few flowering exceptions).

    Beautiful selection.
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  5. @Monte – Thanks!

    @Ken – Thanks and yeah I saw that too but I didn’t do any special processing to make it that way.

    @Cedric – I didn’t realized you didn’t have this type of color for your fall season — learned something new! :-) Thanks!

  6. Earl, nice variety and selection of subjects in these shots. I was drawn right to the color as being the subject for each. After reading Cedric’s comment, it was a nice reminder to be appreciative of the fortune we have in experiencing this change of season. Not all parts of the world are as fortunate. My wife has a cousin in Southern California, and she has never witnessed fall change either.
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    • Mark, thanks. Yes, it’s easy for me to take something for granted…but I’m working on getting better in my personal appreciation.

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