Autumn Creek

Since I took this photo a few weeks ago at a local nature reserve, we have had and currently are having some heavy rains with winds; not good for keeping leaves around.  I’ve driven past several trees making note to return to them when I could but unfortunately such was not the case and many are now decked out in nothing but their bark.  There are some hardy Ginko and Bradford Pear that haven’t changed completely yet and still have their leaves so there may be hope yet for more fall color photos.

 

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27 Responses to Autumn Creek

  1. anroworld says:

    Wonderful picture!

  2. Beautiful Teri.. It’s like a picture within a photograph due to how the puddle is showing the reflection of the trees above.

  3. Timothy Price says:

    Up a creak with a reflection! Nice!

  4. Still very nice despite the foliage being past prime. Don’t the leaves know to wait until the photographers are done before dropping?

  5. Nice reflections in this image.
    Not to be discouraged. There’s always next year. Oh, that probably not what you wanted to read.

  6. winterbournehgblog says:

    Here in the UK the Ginkgo’s are also usually one of the last to drop. This photograph is a wonderful illustration of why autumn is many peoples favourite season. We have just posted about a different kind of nature photography https://diggingfordirt.wordpress.com/2015/11/01/the-artist-gardener/ Let us know what you think.

  7. Nancy says:

    Loverly! Loverly! You capture beauty even if it is half gone!
    How are you feeling?

  8. Inger says:

    Beautiful fall colours – and I love how the trees are reflected in the water.

  9. A. Blake says:

    Leaves and water…soon it will be snow and ice.

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