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And Miles To Go....

what stunning shots against that blue sky!!

Lisa Milton

Those are breathtaking. Thanks for posting.


all I can say to this is WOW! Just...wow. Gorgeous.


Wow, what a grand and beautiful tree! And what a beautiful photo of it. You seem to have more color in your neck of the North Carolina mountain woods than we do here!


Orange and blue together!
Was there ever a happier combination of colours?


Almost psychedelic!


I'm jealous. We have no color yet thanks to too-high temps and no rain. I half expect it to freeze while the leaves are still green and then they'll just fall off. Your photos are lovely and surely make me miss what we don't have.


Confession time: these photos were from last year. This year our color has been reduced greatly due to drought.

Didn't mean to lead you astray. I just liked the photos and wanted a taste of fall myself.

Merisi's Vienna

Oh yes, these are the brilliant colors I miss! Thank you for sharing yours! :-)

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