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11-05-2010, 02:55 PM   #91
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Specially your first two images are really great Tamia, what a colors and detail!



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sunbathing

everything here is trying to catch the last few rays
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Thanks, Wllm. I really like your photo. The gold leaves contrast wonderfully with the very pale pink stone building and walkways.

Littledrawe, beautiful captures. Is that a cranberry shrub?

The last shreds of color are growing dim here.

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Littledrawe, beautiful captures. Is that a cranberry shrub?
Tamia the aspen and beech leaves photo is great! Both photos from my last post are from the same type of tree just a couple feet apart. Its not a shrub though its a tree I am just not sure what kind? If there is anything I have learned from this thread its that I need to learn more about the local flora I thought I knew the names of most of these trees.

dunerunner that last photo is fantastic!
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Both from my Kiron 28-70mm.



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About to fall.......


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More stuff from Utah:

Two from Silver Lake at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon in Salt Lake County:






And one from Wheeler Farm - a county-run living history farm:

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Love the zebra shot Bud! Not what one usually expects in a thread called "Fall Colours"!
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Virginia Creeper. I love the color variations, even within leaves.
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I really enjoy seeing all your fall colors!

jheu, that's amazing to see such a change in color on the same branch.


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georg, what a wonderfilled shot! I love the effects of the floating leaves and the reflection. Simply beautiful.

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Thanks a lot Salty. This shot is basically out of the cam (very little contrast-pushed and of course turned 180). What you get with those water reflexes is a natural polarizer + gradual filter. Should work on saltwater too .-)
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