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Old Dec 5, 2013, 7:40 PM   #1
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Default Leftovers from Autumn

Have been way behind in PP - too busy with a variety of other outdoor projects.
Just recently found a few "leftover" shots from this past autumn that had gotten "lost in the shuffle."

First a view of autumnal tints from the fire tower at Holston Mountain - looking out towards South Holston Lake.
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Then a few images of one of the brightest of the Red Maples up on Holston Mt this autumn...
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And finally, one of the last Goldenrod blooms, with fog-drops capturing an image of the faded Bracken Ferns in the background.
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Hope to have more time soon to catch up on sorting through the images of this past autumn. And hope you enjoyed these few glimpses!
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Love the autumn colors you get there. I was in New England in September a long time ago and I remember it being beautiful. Here in UK it just gets grey and dirty muted yellow.
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Love the goldenrod photo, but they are all nice. Your autumn colors always amaze me, they are so beautiful. We don't have anything that comes close to yours. One of these days I'll head east for autumn.
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Gfurm - Have heard that before - wonder why our Eastern US autumns are so much brighter than yours? Perhaps just different tree species, or differences in climate?

Harriet - Indeed each region has its own beauty - and we had a great, though very brief, bright autumnal foliage season this year. Hope you'll be able to head east some autumn soon. Be sure to stop by here in East Tennessee!
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