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11-01-2010, 06:48 AM   #61
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Snow has fallen here, too, and melted, so I thought I'd better get on the ball and post these before fall is over altogether. All of these were photographed with the DA 18-55mm II kit lens:

Last Apple




After the Snow The same apple, a week later.




Downriver




Looking Up




Leaf-Speckled Riverbank




Beyond the Spray




Overhanging Maple Leaves



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Oh Tamia, those shots are gorgeous. I especially like "Downriver". You captured that special fall light beautifully!
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Well thank you very much, Joe!
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Great shots indeed Tamia!

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Great shots Tamia!
Downriver is absolutely stunning!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Tamia Quote
Snow has fallen here, too, and melted, so I thought I'd better get on the ball and post these before fall is over altogether. All of these were photographed with the DA 18-55mm II kit lens:
Beautiful captures Tamia, I like them all

Seems like most of ours are gone and many were brown due to a late summer drought, but there's always a few



Is the bird looking for a leaf to match? Is this a warbler?


It's a tough time to hide in the woods:


Some insects change in the fall too:


Sometimes the color is in the background of maple trees:
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Really pleasant shot that last one from your Ramsey. Thanks for sharing!

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No snow here yet

my favorite leaf of the day
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Frost

I always associate autumn with frost, tho actually it's more a winter thing. I have a photographic fascination with it, here are several shots taken a couple of yrs ago at my sister's place in PA.
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NaCl(I almost wish it would get cold enough for frost here)H2O

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Thanks Rense, Iris, and Tom!

Tom, your small bird with the yellow flash is, I think, a yellow-rumped warbler. Interesting how the robin is peeking over toward him. The woolly bears here have all gone into torpor, though a week or so ago they were everywhere. Love the fluffiness of the goldenrod.

Littledrawe, nice shots, especially the leaves on the rocks photo.

NaClH2O, lovely shots! I love frost, too, and there's plenty outside the window right now. Will have to get out in it...
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Tamia,
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After living in the Adirondaks; Cranberry Lake area, Wanakena specifically if you know where that is; I can well believe that you've got frost and snow. We never wondered about a white christmas there, in fact white thanksgivings were common. A white halloween was a bit rarer.

NaCl(there are two seasons in Wanakena, Winter and the 4th of July )H2O
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QuoteOriginally posted by Tamia Quote
Thanks Rense, Iris, and Tom!

Tom, your small bird with the yellow flash is, I think, a yellow-rumped warbler. Interesting how the robin is peeking over toward him. The woolly bears here have all gone into torpor, though a week or so ago they were everywhere. Love the fluffiness of the goldenrod.
Thanks Tamia, I thought so but I was looking for a flash of color on top of the head. There were a lot of robins coming and going at this spot, that was a brave little warbler!
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Finally have something that fits this great thread. Not easy to find autunm colors in sub-tropical Taiwan.

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Lovely orange color, Mark.

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Tamia,
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After living in the Adirondaks; Cranberry Lake area, Wanakena specifically if you know where that is; I can well believe that you've got frost and snow. We never wondered about a white christmas there, in fact white thanksgivings were common. A white halloween was a bit rarer.

NaCl(there are two seasons in Wanakena, Winter and the 4th of July )H2O
I sure do know Wanakena. It was a white HALLOWEEN this year!

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Thanks Tamia, I thought so but I was looking for a flash of color on top of the head. There were a lot of robins coming and going at this spot, that was a brave little warbler!
I've often seen the YR Warbler without his flashy spot on the head, and I think it depends on whether he's alarmed or not. They arrive first among the warblers here in the northern Adks, sometime in April, usually. They are brave!
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Lovely orange color, Mark.


Cheers Tam!
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