Fall Palette on my Porch

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Comments (8)

Harri Hofer on October 6, 2007

Very nice colors

walkaboutwest on October 6, 2007

Thank you very much, hofer. I was inspired by this photo.

Jewels on October 6, 2007

Beautiful, Eve...our trees haven't turned yet, but I am afraid they might not be so vivid this year because it has been do dry for our area. I am still hopeful, though, because I am not too far from the Shennandoah Valley where there are always possiblities for good pics.

walkaboutwest on October 6, 2007

Thank you for your comment, YBMW. It is very dry here as well. The reason these leaves are so bright is because this shrub was growing in my garden next to the house. Its leaves had fallen onto a big rock I have on my porch. The leaves were so vivid I thought it would make a nice photo. I'm glad you like it!

walkaboutwest on October 8, 2007

Thank you for commenting, John. I think most of the berries are gone now, the birds were eating them yesterday.

I wish this were a whole forest, Bruce. It is just the leaves from the Cotoneaster bushes growing by my front porch that fell onto a rock, so it's really a very tiny spot. We really don't have much in the way of deciduous forest, just some patches of aspen. If you want to see more color look here

Erik van den Ham on October 10, 2007

Hi Eve,

So the 'indian Summer' has arrived? Wonderful pictures of those spledid autumn colors

walkaboutwest on October 17, 2007

Thank you for stopping by, erik. It is past Indian summer now, it has turned quite cold!!

Ryan Calhoun on October 23, 2007

Beautiful, Eve! These leaves are in very good shape. Most of ours are half-eaten, or more, by the time they make it to the ground.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on October 6, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by walkaboutwest
    • Camera: SONY DSC-H2
    • Taken on 2007/10/06 11:28:04
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 6.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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