... But it's one of my busier seasons.
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Good for you, Redwolf.
I understand why!
You really can't see a lot in the web version. You have to see it at the full 48 x 18 inches.
Such fabulous colours !
Got stuck in a VERY early morning traffic jam yesterday morning while out shooting.
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And, all too soon, The Northwoods Color Show comes to an end.
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It doesn't last long, you have to grab it while you can.
But then every season has a natural beauty so hang about for the next show.
One of my better shots taken Thursday, when the Harrison Hills area of Lincoln County was at PEAK color:
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Taken about 15 minutes before 8 a.m. I had been trying to get up there before a heavy fog burned off but you don't drive those roads like a maniac even in good weather.
EVERY time I think I have taken THE "Definitive Autumn Photo for 2012" and I'm done for the year since we're now
long "Past Peak" on the colors, I end up making something like THIS I did this afternoon.
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I call it "Winter's Approach" and the original image is 30 x 18 inches.