Life evolving behind the lens

Autumn Fire

Minnesota’s autumn colors were not exactly out in full force for a while. September was rather dry and crispy, so leaves blew off before they had a chance to turn. On top of that, the leaves that stuck around didn’t turn right away. I still saw lots of green leaves two thirds of the way through October. These were taken during the first weekend of November, a month past the state’s peak time. The rain just kept the strongest ones up there, so it gave me a chance to catch some of the most vibrant parts of autumn.

Streetside foliage
stubborn leaves hanging on
red and green
up close and personal
steam plants and regular plants
wrapped up in the leaves
beautiful oranges

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2 responses

  1. Hey I was just searching at your web site in Firefox and the image at the top with the link cant show up properly. Just thought I would let you know.

    November 23, 2011 at 11:21 am

    • Which one specifically? Are you able to see the alternate text (which will help me find the problem image to fix)?

      November 23, 2011 at 10:39 pm

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