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Pockets Of Wonder! September 29, 2008

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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In this rust-red season of muted colors and brooding skies, there are small pockets where the leaves are turning nicely, corners turned to find a startling palette splashed along the roadside, lakes bounded by incongruous colors:

The wetlands in high hollows turn first, their maples bursting into flames:

Poplars add their gold to the display of emeralds and rubys:

It’s coming.  It’s late, and it won’t be the best year for colors, but it’s coming.

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1. Sylvia Kirkwood - September 29, 2008

You do have incredible photos! Thanks for sharing them, the colors are exquisite.

2. Sylvia Kirkwood - September 29, 2008

Sorry, hackers highjacked my old email address — I had to change it, didn’t notice it on the other comment I just sent you.

3. Bobbie - September 30, 2008

Happy Birthday (a day late) and many, ,many more!

These photos are gorgeous! I think the trees are celebrating your day with their splashes of color.

4. sherry - September 30, 2008

hey, happy, happy birthday and a big ole hug to you!!!!

5. Randal Graves - September 30, 2008

Bloody hell, I love these shots. If only every day could be autumn.

6. Fran - September 30, 2008

These shots are gorgeous. Our trees are turning too, at last.

Thank you for connecting them to all of us – and vice versa – lovely!

7. dianne - September 30, 2008

here in NJ there are just bits of color right now
I love what you said about finding a pocket of color

your photos are spectacular!


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