The Oaks of Autumn

I’ve seen two oak trees that I would love to photograph but alas, they were both on private property and next to busy streets and I’m not that agile and speedy at the moment.  Either I’ll figure out how to get to them or the search will continue.  One was a stunningly beautiful all red while the other was all orange.

This is as close as I’ve gotten to orange and red oak leaves so far!  In the meantime PT continues with a two steps forward one step back (pun intended) but there is some improvement 🙂

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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22 Responses to The Oaks of Autumn

  1. Nancy says:

    Glad for improvement! You will be able to rake the leaves when they all come down off the trees!!
    (Nice oak leaves!)

  2. Glad to hear that there is some improvement! Gorgeous fall leaves!

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  3. Glad to hear you’re improving, even if slowly. Lovely oak leaves. Cheers for the weekend!

  4. Inger says:

    Lovely fall captures – the sun is playing beautifully with the leaves:)

  5. Sandhya says:

    Such gorgeous fall colors, captured so well by you! Hope you feel better soon.

  6. Mark Myers says:

    Beautiful leaves. Keep up the tango.

  7. Pretty colors. Maybe you could just ask permission to photograph them. People seem to appreciate when you ask rather than not!

  8. Love those rich colors and stunning pov. Have a wonderful day.

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