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Couleurs éblouissantes, chemin St-Armand

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Comments (17)

John Callas on November 7, 2009

The best i voted it

Vincent Rowell on November 7, 2009

Thank you, Yannis.

Feitse Boerwinkel on November 10, 2009

Colours Voted.

Sabrina Pollon on November 29, 2009

Very nice colours and atmosphere! Voted. Greetings from Italy Sabrina

amitani on December 23, 2009

I also would like run by car, in such beautiful Scene!

Beautiful....and 'Best of'


Pierre Durand on January 17, 2010

DE très jolies photos dans votre album !!!!Bravo !!!! Merci de nous faire voir ainsi votre pays !!! Amitiés de France --Pierre--

Tomasz Jan on June 15, 2010

Nice Autumn colors, thats whats missing here in Florida...

Antony shams on June 16, 2010

very nice shot



well done

greetings mohammad

Rifat Hasan on June 22, 2010

really nice .... dream place!!! i wish i could be there!!! Voted. Thanks for visiting my gallery. Rony, from Bangladesh

panoramawolle on October 2, 2010

Hi Vincent,

this is a really beautiful photo. Wonderful colours and a good composition. I like it very much. Is this what they call "Indian summer"?

At the time being autumn in Europe is beginning and I hope to beable to make as beuatiful photos as this one here.

Greetings, Wolfgang

Vincent Rowell on October 2, 2010

Hi Wolfgang,

I'm glad you like it. It wasn't quite yet «Indian summer», the picture having been taken on Oct. 19: let's say it was just a pleasant autumn afternoon. «Indian summer» is a warm spell during a few days, often closer to mid-november, appearing after the frost has settled in.

As you well know, early morning and late afternoon are among the best moments for capturing autumn foliage: I hope you have good weather for pleasant bike rides. Looking forward to seeing your shots.

Thanks again,


panoramawolle on October 3, 2010

Hi Vincent,

I didn't know that. Here in Europe people connect "Indian summer" with wonderfully coloured forests that we know only in october. In November all leaves have gone and a grey and dark period is beginning :-(

If I will be able to take some photos, I'll let you know :)

Greetings, Wolfgang

Vincent Rowell on October 3, 2010

Hello again, Wolfgang,

Apparently, the main criterion defining «Indian summer» is that a «killing frost» must have occurred so that the leaves start changing colour. The other criterion is, of course, a warm spell. So you are quite right in saying that «Indian summer» is more likely to occur in October. However, if you go south into New England or further down, «Indian summer» occurs later on in the season, that is to say until late November. In no way is «Indian summer» associated with the leafless and dark period you refer to. This goes to say that the connection made by people in Europe is absolutely correct !!

Best wishes,


panoramawolle on October 5, 2010

Hello Vincent,

so in the end it's still a little bit what I (European) thought. The thing that I didn't know was this "killing frost" period.

Thanks for your information and until soon :)

Greetings, Wolfgang

MaxLo on October 5, 2010

Beautiful composition !

Really a beautiful place !


Best greetings from Taiwan , MaxLo

Vincent Rowell on October 5, 2010

Thank you, MaxLo.

Your beautiful sunset shot over the golf course got my VOTE.

Best regards, Vincent

Kostadinos delta on September 23

𝓔𝔁𝓬𝓮𝓵𝓵𝓮𝓷𝓽 𝓼𝓱𝓸𝓽 !!! 𝓛𝓘𝓚𝓔

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on October 19, 2009
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    by Vincent Rowell
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix E900
    • Taken on 2009/10/18 14:40:40
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/220)
    • Focal Length: 28.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: -0.33 EV
    • No flash