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Tag Archives: Fall
The calendar has announced that here in this hemisphere we have just entered the season of fall. But as we all know, no matter what the calendars say, nature may and often says something different. Nature has been known to … Continue reading
Photo courtesy DH 🙂
But with all the temperatures of winter. We went straight from summer weather to winter with just a bit of a tease of nice autumn temperatures. I hope the near and at freezing temperatures won’t hurt the full fall foliage … Continue reading
There are more trees turning brighter colors but a great number have dropped their leaves. In this case the leaves were in a very low shale creek in the park. Have a great weekend and for some of us in … Continue reading
I think getting great autumn foliage shots like these taken from 2013 to 2015 isn’t going to happen this year. It’s turned cooler and we’ve gotten more rain but that has tended to blow the leaves off the trees. Who … Continue reading
For a family portrait shoot. The two boys were having too much fun getting leaves all over them for mom’s patience though I think.
So what is going on here? I was looking down at the creek from the bridge we were on when I noticed all of the layers before me. The shale at the bottom of the creek along with the leaves … Continue reading
While we haven’t come near peak conditions for fall foliage here yet, I have seen some trees – especially maples – begin to change. Maples and ginko trees are my favorites for fall colors because their leaves turn such beautiful … Continue reading