AUTUMN LIGHT – GLOWING TREES

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This is not a great month for photography. Although I love the absence of snow, the bare trees, hibernating flowers and gardens aren’t inspiring.

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Of course it’s possible to find pictures any time of years, but some periods are much more photogenic than others. Meanwhile, I’m motivated to look through the folders of pictures from other months. See what pops out.

October was the bonanza month for photographs.

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The top three pictures are Vermont, near Peachum. Glorious days. The scarlet and orange leaves had passed, but the gold remained. The trees were breathtaking.

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These final two shots are in and around Jackman, Maine. You can see the difference in the advance of the seasons between Maine — slightly higher both in altitude and latitude than Vermont.

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Categories: Autumn, Nature, New England, Photography

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28 replies

  1. The photos look like paintings. Beautiful snaps. Marilyn, you have an eye for capturing nature in all its splendor. Thanks for sharing the snaps.

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  2. Besides being beautiful, that first shot looks relaxing and comfortable to me, a pastoral scene that is all about safety and home.

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  3. Winter and fall are probably the best months in terms of photo opportunities in New England. You’re right that without snow the trees and the ground feel a little desolate. Last fall was spectacular, and I’m glad you can feed on these pictures and their memories as you wait for more inspiring scenery.

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  4. LOVE the last photo – wow!

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  5. Thanks for passing on the glow. I definitely needed it today.

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  6. I can say…feeling jealous of you to click such a beauty. Loved your photos 🙂

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  7. Marilyn, the last one is my favorite, nicely framed – beautiful. This shouts – frame me for your wall!

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  8. They look like paintings. Sublime colours.

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  9. I love the vivid Autumn colours.

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  10. Thank you Marilyn, certainly brightened my dull January day. Wonderful colour.

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  11. Wow, I splendid colours..!!

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