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Phall Pholiage Photos! October 10, 2012

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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More colors from this sub-optimal (but still pretty cool) season.

Locally, some back roads:

A Conway beaver pond:

Bittersweet on a barn in Hawley:

A few Deerfield river shots:

The real color, though, was higher up in the hills. I’d seen The Change coming to Southern Vermont and headed that-a-way, passing through the heights of Rowe, MA on the drive, and stopped off at a seldom-visited beaver pond for a couple of quickies:

I especially liked this shot of orange jelly fungus popping out of a fallen spruce along the pond’s edge:

All of these are from Elliot, bless his little mechanisms.

In Vermont, the best colors were along Route 9 between Searsburg on the east and Bennington on the west:

Of that last bunch, the more expansive views were captured by Ollie, the last two are from Gizmo.

This year, Autumn has been a finicky visitor and seems anxious to be moving on.

Oh well, let her go, I say. Can’t stop her anyway.

I may head farther afield in the next few days, searching for a few last kisses before Bleak November arrives.


1. jomegat - October 11, 2012

I saw a guy with a tripod & huge lens on my way home from a camping trip a week and a half ago. He was setting up on a bridge to shoot a stream along Rt 9 in NH, east of Keene. I thought about you, but was pretty sure it wasn’t you. Just one like you.

2. littlebangtheory - October 12, 2012

Yeah, one of us crazy people who like dark skies better than blue ones. 🙂

BTW, that sounds like Otter Brook, a really comely flow which is in good color right now.

jomegat - October 15, 2012

Yes, come to think of it. It’s Otter Brook.

3. Bob - October 12, 2012

Thanks for sharing the season with us (especially we who don’t get seasons where we live)!!

littlebangtheory - October 15, 2012

Yer welcome, Cuz. 🙂

4. susancrow - October 21, 2012

I came by last night and looked through all the pictures I hadn’t seen in the intervening weeks. I was too tired at the time to write but you always provide me some peace and tranquility.. as well as more than a few smiles.

I’m very glad you’re showing your work and only wish I could afford to buy.

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