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Here's a pretty tree at the ranger station where I work - taken on Thursday in the fog



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Virginina Creek basin, Mono County, five quaking aspen trunks October 10, 2013 after 6 inches new snow.

Full feature story on that recent fall leaf road trip that includes the above and much more:

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tarol, really like that first shot. Likewise for the aspens.

Here are a few from my hiking trips this fall:

West Virginia

Lindy Point: Red maple

Pennsylvania

Loyalsock Creek: Stones

Ricketts Glen: Withered beauty

Carpet of leaves

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Maryland

Muddy Creek Falls: Sunrise

Youghiogheny: Wall to wall leaves

Virginia

Shenandoah: Ablaze


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Those are awesome.  Thanks for sharing.

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I posted these on the "Random Photo" thread. Windwalker and I spent the day at Balch Park a few weeks ago...







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Mmm.  So many pretty pictures.  I was riding Thursday and passed down a long corridor made lovely by the red of the . . .  poison oak.  Man, some of that stuff climbs WAY up the trees!  And fallen (poison oak) leaves were on the bike path.  I remember thinking I did NOT want to crash there!

I haven't really gotten out for the fall color in several years.  Always a tough time for us, and it's a long weekend to go really enjoy the best color  (aspens in the eastern Sierra).  Sometimes we catch some in Chico, but it'll probably be done by the time we go up for Thanksgiving.


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Beautiful pics everybody! I love fall and seeing how it looks different in different parts of the country. And I like seeing everybody's take on it.

Here's a few of mine, all from the northeast:













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Wow, that is the coolest slug I've ever seen!  Maybe even better than the jet black ones my guys saw this summer.

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We don't see a lot of slugs, so was surprised to come across the one. And we've never seen one this color. Neat!
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Nice series pudgy! I recognize your username on some of the photography forums.

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Great thread. Really enjoyed seeing the pictures posted. Here's a few pictures of the beginnings of autumn in Kentucky and Tennessee from my recent trips:


Natural Arch, Daniel Boone National Forest.


Maple leaves and rhododendron, Citico Creek Wilderness


Foliage on rocks beneath a waterfall, Citico Creek Wilderness.


Headed to the trailhead via bicycle for an overnight trip (about 30 miles from my house to the trailhead), Red River Gorge Geological Area, Daniel Boone National Forest.


Overlook near the campsite. Great place to stretch, cook and stargaze. Red River Gorge Geological Area, Daniel Boone National Forest.


Leaves on the trail. Red River Gorge Geological Area, Daniel Boone National Forest.

It's been a pretty average fall in my area in terms of color. It's really started to peak some in the past week or so, but we're having windy and rainy days so that might knock some of them off the trees. Fall is usually my favorite season but I'm already looking forward to winter and some snow.


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southern Pennsylvania, later September



western Maryland, end of September



central Maryland, beginning of October (didn't feel like autumn)



central Pennsylvania, mid October













Don't have this weekend's hike photos up yet.


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^That^ vertical of the trees is awesome!

Gali, some great images, too!

Great work.

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Beautiful pics, y'all. Very jealous. We had a brief cold snap, but got back up ~80F today, and so far just barely have a touch of fall color.
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Red Tailed Hawk getting a bird's eye view of the leaves.



Fall is in the Air (and much harder to capture than you think !)



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Thanks Carl!

swimswithtrout - Love the first one. And yes, trying to capture a leaf falling is tough! Nice one!


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Bishop, CA, September 15 2013 on the road that leads to South Lake


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Rocky Mountain National Park the Saturday before the floods.
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From this past Sunday's hike on the Ice Age Trail in the Kettle Moraine in southeastern Wisconsin, specifically the border area of Waukesha and Washington counties (part of what is known as the "mid moraine" between the two major units of the Kettle Moraine State Forest).


An esker in the Loew Lake Unit





Part of the Carl Schurz Forest preserve.






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Wow - really nice pics here! Another +1 on the slug, really cool. SWT - I also recently tried doing some falling leaves, but could not get anything to turn out well, have to try again sometime...

This is "Golden Fall", named not only for the gold in the picture but because I composed it with most elements in the photo being arranged according to the golden ratio. I'll see if I can figure out how to overlay the golden ratio lines to display how they are lined up...


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Thanks to everyone, great pictures.

We don't have fall in Houston, only summer and December


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You are an inspiration that puts the "troubles" I have in a healthy perspective. You are awesome man.


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Point and shoot shot from a road trip.

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Fall colors around hear coincided with a big blizzard in the first week of October:





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A few from our trip to Springfield, MO, two weeks ago.








"Stillwater Reflection" (yes, it's actually a reflection in the water)


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Teasel: Against fall reds
Teasel, backlit by fall reds


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Weeks of white air that sometimes clears away and leaves us just completely overcast
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Ferris Mountain, Carbon County, Wyoming around October 25th. The core of the range is in a BLM wilderness study area.



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