ALL AGLOW – THE RADIANCE OF AUTUMN IN NEW ENGLAND

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: GLOW


Radiant window, Autumn light
Radiant woods in October
Glowing trees at the dam
House with the blue door and the radiant maple tree
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Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

30 thoughts on “ALL AGLOW – THE RADIANCE OF AUTUMN IN NEW ENGLAND”

    1. If there is going to be ONE place where the trees light up, the dam on the Mumford River in the middle of town is the place. It just took a really long time to get there. A lot of other places, the trees are still green … but the Mumford came through.

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    1. We had been planning to go out, but Garry didn’t feel well and it was gray and rainy … but today was lovely. Not so cold and Garry said “Let’s take our cameras and see if we can find something to shoot.” Luckily, we did find a good spot. They aren’t all good. Fall has not hit the valley evenly. Much of our local area is still green.

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      1. I still ain’t feelin’ good but it was a brief r/x to get out on the shoot. I was kneeling, bending down, crouching behind bushes, etc. for my pictures. A short time later, KA-BOOM!!

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    1. The only place you can be reasonably sure there will be color is along the water. I’m not sure why that is, but the trees by the edge of a river or pond are always much brighter than anywhere else. Good thing because a lot of other places were still more or less green!

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    1. I noticed the rivers are low for the first time this year. We’ve gotten a moderate amount of rain, be we are coming from a LONG drought period, so it’s going to be awhile before we’re “full” again.

      It looks like you’ve got gorgeous foliage!

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