Fall Wordless Wednesday

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Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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23 Responses to Fall Wordless Wednesday

  1. Dan Antion says:

    That’s a stunning photo, Judy. You’ve captured the dichotomy of winter. The leaves falling and the evergreens standing strong. This made me smile.

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  2. KerryCan says:

    Perfect symbols of fall in New England!

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  3. Murphy's Law says:

    What a perfectly beautiful photo. I think you found those $100 leaves!!

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    • 🙂 So, picture me in my knee high rubber boots, jacket, and hat so I don’t pick up any ticks or get bit by any yellow jackets. I got this photo out in the wetlands behind the house. I walked around looking for interesting shots, and the perfect leaves are few and far between. I saw some, but they were way too small. It did make me smile as I walked around out there. 🙂

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  4. Sorry you’re out of the big money, but your photo’s just perfect for epitomizing fall, Judy. The beauty of the where you are is priceless, I’m sure.

    janet

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  5. Joanne Sisco says:

    Isn’t there a saying about catching a falling leaf that is supposed to bring good luck? Perhaps photographing one will also bring good luck 🙂

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  6. pastpeter says:

    Sugar maple and white pine says New England!

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  7. joey says:

    Ooh, beauty! 🙂

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  8. Now THAT is a very classy autumn shot!

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  9. Ooh! I love the colors together, and for some reason thought of a Cardinal in that tree.

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  10. Joyce says:

    That’s just beautiful. So poetic. Dan has delved into the fleeting charm of the vivid red leaf in its last hurrah contrasted with the stability of the aptly named “evergreen.” I like that, but I’m most intrigued with the depth of this portrait – its display of tints, tones, shades, and textures, presented as a statement that describes why green and red are opposites on the color wheel!
    I’m hoping you will enlarge and frame this picture for your home! It’s exceptional!

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  11. Oddment says:

    I second everything said above. This is an amazing image. What a start to my day — thank you!

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  12. Nadezda Dun says:

    Judy, one picture that mean autumn. Well done!

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  13. Laurie Graves says:

    So nice! Flame in pine.

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  14. Rupali says:

    Beautiful capture.

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