Friday, April 29, 2011

Remembering Fall 2010

I found this draft unpublished and I think it's a waste if I can't share with you these photographs I took at the Seneca Creek Park during fall of 2010.

"I usually drive through this area on my way to and from work. I saw the bright yellows and oranges during one of my drives, so I decided to explore on one weekend. The experience was indescribable, as I walked below colorful trees while traversing on a yellow forest floor carpeted with fallen leaves."




 Looking up.

Mushrooms.
Red berries.

Interesting weeds.

 Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting
and autumn a mosaic of them all. (Horowitz)

9 comments:

  1. Just so beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I am glad you found your draft :)

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  2. hahaha, this is so timely. i am just starting to research where i can find the best sighting of fall colors for this year. we have not gone on a leaf peeping drive in a couple of years and i miss having a whole day of nothing but photographing the leaves.

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  3. grabe, you pass through these to work? lucky you! these are such awesome sights!

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  4. I'm glad you decided to share your photos. They are beautiful. I love the colors of fall so much. Thanks so much for stopping by to see me. I hope you can find time for more relaxing walks and adventures and less work. Have a wonderful weekend, Candace

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  5. I'm glad you found this! Lovely pictures.

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  6. Interesting weeds indeed. I don't think I've seen those. Love the red berry shots.

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  7. nice photos...the colors are so rich! ;)

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  8. lovely photographs kayni! loved the trees especially.

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