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missmolly
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10/06/2017 09:36AM
Just some pics I snapped right outside my front door this morning. Jackfish, the fourth pic shows the tops of the burning bushes that you planted. I will never forget that planting because it's the only time in my life where everything worked perfectly. Jackfish and I had to off-load three, big, tree-form burning bushes from a ramped trailer into holes already dug and all three landed perfectly upright. Good thing. They would have been very hard to budge.

Someone please shoot some photos out their front door and share!
 
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missmolly
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10/06/2017 10:22AM
Speaking of color, it's hard to beat a tidal pool.

10/06/2017 10:31AM
Nice photos! Beautiful colors!
Not much color out the front door of the Copper Spur 1 this morning but good view of Upper Yosemeti Falls and a Ponderosa Pine. There is a little fall color beginning in the park. I will post some photos as it gets better next week.
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10/06/2017 11:39AM
quote Zulu: " Nice photos! Beautiful colors!
Not much color out the front door of the Copper Spur 1 this morning but good view of Upper Yosemeti Falls and a Ponderosa Pine. There is a little fall color beginning in the park. I will post some photos as it gets better next week."


What a campsite! I pine for those Ponderosa Pines. Yes, more photos, please, when the color comes. It can happen so quickly. The burning bushes that Jackfish planted were greenish purple last night and red this morning.
10/06/2017 11:52AM
A lone Aspen at Mirror Lake below Half Dome was beginning to turn a few days ago. The leaves on the outer edges of the Black Oaks are turning. A few Dogwoods along the creeks. It's been a wet year so there could be some nice color coming.
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10/06/2017 12:17PM
quote missmolly: "Speaking of color, it's hard to beat a tidal pool.


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“A simple kind mirror to reflect upon our own
All the busy little creatures chasing out their destinies
Living in their pools they soon forget about the sea...”

It is strange how 37 year old lyrics can quickly be recalled.

missmolly
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10/06/2017 12:25PM
quote Zulu: " A lone Aspen at Mirror Lake below Half Dome was beginning to turn a few days ago. The leaves on the outer edges of the Black Oaks are turning. A few Dogwoods along the creeks. It's been a wet year so there could be some nice color coming."

Heaven on Earth. Thank you.
missmolly
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10/06/2017 12:26PM
quote inspector13: "quote missmolly: "Speaking of color, it's hard to beat a tidal pool.



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“A simple kind mirror to reflect upon our own
All the busy little creatures chasing out their destinies
Living in their pools they soon forget about the sea...”


It is strange how 37 year old lyrics can quickly be recalled.


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So true how we get caught in our own little pools and forget the wide, deep sea a few feet away.
10/06/2017 01:04PM
Thanks for the pics - fall is my favorite season, but sometimes so fleeting . . .

Not much color here yet, but hoping for some up in the mountains week after next.
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10/06/2017 03:32PM
Another week or so before it gets really pretty.
LindenTree3
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10/06/2017 04:11PM
Not out my front door, north of Palmer AK last week when the wife was visiting me.

missmolly
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10/06/2017 04:31PM
BP, you are sooooooooooo close to color! Is that were you live? If so, I'm green.

LT3, wow. What a life you've lived!

Afternoon color below. I favor photographing the tiny trees, but I included some bigger ones too:


10/07/2017 09:32AM
I keep wishing I could post some nice photos of fall color "out my front door" here in Michigan, but this year we have a very subdued and dark autumn in progress. The leaves are falling without much color, and it just isn't a lovely year for color photos in our area. An extremely hot and dry August and September probably is the cause of this--at least that is my theory.

Thanks to those of you who are posting these beautiful photos.
missmolly
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10/07/2017 11:43AM
Linda, if anyone could capture color, it would be you with your photographer's eye. The trees brightened even more overnight. I'll take some more pics for you.
10/07/2017 04:23PM
This is the first Big Leaf Maple leaf I've ever seen. I like the little marks that look like Strawberries.
Clark bridge over the Merced River looked like New Englandish.
Milkweed in meadow.
10/07/2017 05:11PM
Wow Miss Molly, you've created a yard of beauty. And that is in an already beautiful spot. I'm going to try and capture my front yard...
10/07/2017 06:03PM
Guess it got kinda dark in the yard here. But took a shot too at the end of my yard to include the swans gathering.







missmolly
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10/07/2017 06:58PM
Beautiful, Ben. I'm so happy you're home!
10/07/2017 07:36PM
Those are beautiful photos Ben!
SaganagaJoe
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10/07/2017 08:14PM
quote Zulu: " This is the first Big Leaf Maple leaf I've ever seen. "

Big leaf maples are all we have out here in Washington. Great big massive leaves, turns yellow and orange in the fall. I hear it makes really good syrup.

I'm leaving on a hiking trip up in northern Washington tomorrow, 1 day in the forest service campground and 2 days camping out. If everything comes together, I should have some great pictures.



Here's a pic from not too far away from my house, think I took it last year.
SaganagaJoe
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10/07/2017 08:17PM
quote missmolly: "BP, you are sooooooooooo close to color! Is that were you live? If so, I'm green.


LT3, wow. What a life you've lived!


Afternoon color below. I favor photographing the tiny trees, but I included some bigger ones too:



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I miss the East Coast and Midwest falls, especially the smells of acorns and fallen leaves. There aren't any big red maples out here, although the vine maples and some of the mountain underbrush turn red.
missmolly
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10/07/2017 08:27PM
I'd like to plant some big leaf maples. I do have a couple striped maples aka moosewoods in my front yard, which have big leaves that turn gold.

I love your photos, Zulu.

If I have time, I'll photograph some of the blueberry fields tomorrow. They're currently red.
QueticoMike
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10/08/2017 05:18PM
Lots of nice pics! Thanks everyone for sharing!
missmolly
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10/08/2017 09:07PM
You can see I like to take photos of red leaves back dropped by green leaves, for those two colors oppose each other on the color wheel and enhance each other, but a red tree back dropped by blue is pretty too as is an every color tree back dropped by moss and rock.


10/08/2017 11:32PM
Very nice colors and combinations. I took a Color Theory class once and Learned how some colors comliment each other and some appear to swear at one another.
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10/09/2017 07:02PM
on a small walkabout at home
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10/09/2017 07:19PM
Nice photos and colors everyone. Not much color yet here in the Twin Cities. It's been a wet, warm, summer and fall. Soon though...soon.
10/09/2017 08:34PM
Nevada Falls at twilight.
missmolly
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10/09/2017 08:41PM



Cali is crazy beautiful, but yellowcanoe represented Maine well!
10/10/2017 07:22AM
quote Spartan2: "I keep wishing I could post some nice photos of fall color "out my front door" here in Michigan, but this year we have a very subdued and dark autumn in progress. The leaves are falling without much color, and it just isn't a lovely year for color photos in our area. An extremely hot and dry August and September probably is the cause of this--at least that is my theory.


Thanks to those of you who are posting these beautiful photos. "




Same story here in southern Wi. Lots of leaves dried up and fell before having color. Trees have a strange look that says it may not get nice color. Some wet, windy days coming up that will take more leaves off. Just kinda blah.....
missmolly
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10/11/2017 09:04AM
It's dry here in downeast Maine too. We've been in moderate drought for quite a while, but the trees are still squeezing out some color. Last photos I'll post as folks might be getting sick of 'em. The first photo is a blueberry field. The old, sagging house isn't a fall color photo, but ain't it cool?


10/11/2017 10:09AM
Thanks for posting the NE photos. I'm not sick of them.
That sagging house is really cool! I wonder what style it is? I like the Palladian window on the second floor. It must have been stately in its prime.
I doubt the warning signs keep anyone out especially as Halloween nears.
The church is quintessential NE.
10/11/2017 10:28AM
I'm not sick of them either. The house is definitely a Halloween nightmare!

The blueberry field reminds of Dolly Sods when the wild blueberry bushes turn, only way more manicured and a whole lot less wild.
10/11/2017 10:31AM
That is amazingly beautiful. Miss Molly, you live in a very beautiful spot. You definitely have a good eye and taste for landscape. Our leaves are going brown now. I still like it, but feel a little cheated because the wind and rain kind of shortened the color season here. Couple of hard frosts kinda worked on that too now.
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10/11/2017 11:06AM
Very little color here due to the dry conditions. First year I can recall so many dead green leaves on the ground.

Thanks to everyone for sharing, it is making me jealous!
missmolly
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10/11/2017 11:23AM
Agreed, Zulu. It doesn't get any more New Englandy than that steeple and sugar maple.

Thanks, Ben! When I lived in Boston, I once had a friend tell me, "I love to walk with you because you see so much more beauty than I do." I was forever noting how the light struck a bit of brick or the perfection of a certain tree trunk.

Okey-doke, Boonie. If I take more pics, I'll post them. To me, it looks like someone removed the interior load-bearing walls of that house. Whatever happened to it, it's a pity for it was a looker in its day.
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10/12/2017 03:41PM
It's getting there
10/12/2017 03:47PM
Even Charlie's shirt turned red.
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10/12/2017 09:40PM






It's fall at 7000 feet in the North Cascades of Washington too. This is a big grove of larch/tamarack trees in the Chelan Sawtooth Mountains, about 250 miles north of where I live. Highly recommend an October trip out here to see the larches.

Some great pictures here by everyone. Thanks for sharing. I miss the East Coast and Midwest falls.
missmolly
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10/13/2017 11:12AM
Gettin' pretty, BP. Love those larches over the snow, Joe! More of my neighborhood. The first pic is the tide going out. Not fall related as it happens all year, but it's still cool to see. Kayakers and SUPers like to surf it and the local kids like to jump into it. I included another steeple because I like the berries in the foreground. The second photo is a Mainer looking for din-din.




Basspro69
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10/13/2017 03:29PM
quote nctry: "Even Charlie's shirt turned red." LOL
Basspro69
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10/13/2017 03:30PM
Here we go, man I love autumn
10/13/2017 10:07PM
Very nice photos everyone! I definitely want to visit New England and the Cascade Mountains of Washington in late September and early October.
I like the oranges and crimson colors you captured BP! The Cherry Red too!
10/13/2017 10:22PM
Photos from along the John Muir Trail, Devil's Postpile National Monument and Convict Lake. Easy open can.
missmolly
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10/14/2017 06:34AM
BP, your second photo rocks. Same with your fifth photo, Zulu. I also like the cherry and the bear!
10/17/2017 04:00PM
Your color still happening Miss Molly? Ours are pretty much done. But the swans are hanging around...



missmolly
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10/17/2017 05:43PM
We're at peak color, Ben, but we'll still have color in another month. Fall lingers in downeast Maine because the ocean moderates our temps. We had the lowest temp we'll see all October last night: 43 degrees. Here are some photos taken two days ago. I've plenty more if you want more. Swans rock! And here's a guy who also rocks!




missmolly
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10/19/2017 04:10PM
This is what peak looks like:


10/20/2017 08:23AM
quote missmolly: "We're at peak color, Ben, but we'll still have color in another month. Fall lingers in downeast Maine because the ocean moderates our temps. We had the lowest temp we'll see all October last night: 43 degrees. Here are some photos taken two days ago. I've plenty more if you want more. Swans rock! And here's a guy who also rocks!





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Hahahaha, Miss Molly... You sure came to my rescue.
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10/20/2017 12:06PM
looks like you're gonna have to turn your computer sideways. minnesota
ozarkpaddler
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10/20/2017 12:37PM
Not outside my front door, but how about on the river yesterday? Still not quite at "Peak"






10/20/2017 07:05PM
Past peak east of Mt. Whitney's Peak and jagged ridges. Lots of Umber, Ochre, Rust and Mustard color.






Sitting at the edge of Lone Pine Lake at 10300 ft. feels like you are in the clouds.
missmolly
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10/20/2017 07:59PM
Mr. 59, MN looks like Lothlórien in that photo, Galadriel's golden forest!

Oz, I conclude from your photos that you live a fine life and that makes me happy.

Zulu, I have no words. Only yearning to be in the clouds too.
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10/20/2017 09:00PM
quote Zulu: " Past peak east of Mt. Whitney's Peak and jagged ridges. Lots of Umber, Ochre, Rust and Mustard color.



Sitting at the edge of Lone Pine Lake at 10300 ft. feels like you are in the clouds."


Sure miss the Sierra Nevada mtns.
I hiked /climbed mt Whitney once in my early 30's when I worked for Sequoia and Kings Canyon NP.
It was 105 plus degrees in the Owens valley, and mid 30's and windy on mt Whitney. I was in shape and I was still struggling to breath in the thin air of 14,500 feet.
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10/20/2017 09:40PM



Out front window, full of bees and butterflies
10/21/2017 09:03AM
LT3. That's an accomplishment making it to the summit! I'm hoping to get to 13500 today. The Sierras are great.
QueticoMike
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10/21/2017 08:10PM
quote Zulu: " Past peak east of Mt. Whitney's Peak and jagged ridges. Lots of Umber, Ochre, Rust and Mustard color.







Sitting at the edge of Lone Pine Lake at 10300 ft. feels like you are in the clouds."


WOW
missmolly
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10/22/2017 09:33AM
quote Zulu: "LT3. That's an accomplishment making it to the summit! I'm hoping to get to 13500 today. The Sierras are great. "

LT3 is mighty. I once saw him a mountain lion leap onto LT3's back and LT3 said, "Scratch a little to the right there, will ya, buddy?"
missmolly
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10/22/2017 09:35AM
I like the cedar bark in this shot of red maple leaves, taken yesterday.

missmolly
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10/22/2017 09:49PM
We're finally at peak color in downeast Maine. Can ya tell?

10/23/2017 01:20AM
Miss Molly, what a nice long color season you had. I believe ours was cut short with rain and wind. Listening to my weather radio I'm hearing lots of chances of rain and snow showers. Yuck! Tuesday might be the one decent day this week. I hope your peak will stay peaked for a bit. It only takes a good storm with wind and rain to knock down a bunch of that beauty. So wishing you good weather for a bit.
missmolly
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10/23/2017 08:21AM
Ben, I lived in northwestern WI for thirty years, so I know what a big wind can do to color. However, we don't have big winds here. There are so many trees that that our days just don't bluster. Even a breezy day is an anomaly.* I expect we'll have color in the trees for another three weeks. There are maples and oaks that haven't started to turn. The larches also still have their chlorophyll and they'll be the last to go. My Bloodgood Japanese Maples also haven't begun their transformation and when they turn, they'll be the reddest of all the reds.

*The winter is a different story, of course.
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10/23/2017 08:26AM
Beautiful pictures I love fall !
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10/23/2017 08:37AM


It was a beautiful fall season !
SaganagaJoe
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10/23/2017 06:19PM
Desperately missing the red maples. Thanks for the pics!
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10/23/2017 09:12PM
quote missmolly: "quote Zulu: "LT3. That's an accomplishment making it to the summit! I'm hoping to get to 13500 today. The Sierras are great. "


LT3 is mighty. I once saw him a mountain lion leap onto LT3's back and LT3 said, "Scratch a little to the right there, will ya, buddy?" "


I remember that incident very well mm,
However you forgot to mention what a nice pair of mittens we were able to make out of his hide.

I've had a similar incident since I moved to AK,
A Grizzly Bear challenged me over a Salmon one time, the bruin and I sparred for a couple minute's, he had me pinned beneath the water gasping for air, when I grabbed half of his manhood. He let out a roar that was heard all the way to Anchorage.
Since i worked for the United States Fish and Wildlife Refuge at the time, and figuring he was damaged goods as far as the Gene pool was concerned, I felt it was best to dispatch him, using my brute strength.

I kept one of his claws to use as a back scratcher, similar to the way I used that Mtn, Lion. Here's a pic of the bears Claw.
missmolly
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10/24/2017 06:39AM
LT3, you made me laugh and wowed me too with that claw photo!

Great pics, BassPro!
missmolly
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10/26/2017 09:04PM
Coming to the end of the change. A few oaks are still green, but many are in full color. The larches have yet to turn. This is a Fireglow Japanese Maple and I like the photo because the moss in the background was just greened by 3.75 inches of rain. See the dark purple tree in the background? That's a Bloodgood Japanese Maple and it will be the reddest of all the trees when it changes.



missmolly
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10/29/2017 07:54PM
Well, the red maples are largely gone and the sugar maples are losing their leaves, which leaves us with oaks and Japanese Maples. The larches are just starting to turn. Still pretty, but a little subdued. Only two or three weeks of color remaining. Then the snow that stays pristine because there's so little traffic will fall.






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10/30/2017 07:21AM
quote LindenTree3: "quote missmolly: "quote Zulu: "LT3. That's an accomplishment making it to the summit! I'm hoping to get to 13500 today. The Sierras are great. "



LT3 is mighty. I once saw him a mountain lion leap onto LT3's back and LT3 said, "Scratch a little to the right there, will ya, buddy?" "



I remember that incident very well mm,
However you forgot to mention what a nice pair of mittens we were able to make out of his hide.


I've had a similar incident since I moved to AK,
A Grizzly Bear challenged me over a Salmon one time, the bruin and I sparred for a couple minute's, he had me pinned beneath the water gasping for air, when I grabbed half of his manhood. He let out a roar that was heard all the way to Anchorage.
Since i worked for the United States Fish and Wildlife Refuge at the time, and figuring he was damaged goods as far as the Gene pool was concerned, I felt it was best to dispatch him, using my brute strength.


I kept one of his claws to use as a back scratcher, similar to the way I used that Mtn, Lion. Here's a pic of the bears Claw.
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That's cool!
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10/30/2017 09:10AM
quote QueticoMike: "quote LindenTree3: "quote missmolly: "quote Zulu: "LT3. That's an accomplishment making it to the summit! I'm hoping to get to 13500 today. The Sierras are great. "



LT3 is mighty. I once saw him a mountain lion leap onto LT3's back and LT3 said, "Scratch a little to the right there, will ya, buddy?" "




I remember that incident very well mm,
However you forgot to mention what a nice pair of mittens we were able to make out of his hide.



I've had a similar incident since I moved to AK,
A Grizzly Bear challenged me over a Salmon one time, the bruin and I sparred for a couple minute's, he had me pinned beneath the water gasping for air, when I grabbed half of his manhood. He let out a roar that was heard all the way to Anchorage.
Since i worked for the United States Fish and Wildlife Refuge at the time, and figuring he was damaged goods as far as the Gene pool was concerned, I felt it was best to dispatch him, using my brute strength.



I kept one of his claws to use as a back scratcher, similar to the way I used that Mtn, Lion. Here's a pic of the bears Claw.
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That's cool!"


Sorry MM and Quetico M, I cannot lie.
The claw is fake, I bought it at Denali NP Alaska, The other side has a magnet on it, for attaching to a refrigerator.
However, the size is realistic.
10/30/2017 03:33PM
I’m amazed at how long the leaf color lasts in NE! Also amazing is the diversity of the color and species.
Thank everyone for posting such colorful and interesting photos.

LT3. If you are flying home from Alaska you may want to put your Bear Claw in checked luggage. That thing looks dangerous.
10/30/2017 03:39PM
Shrub Oak and Prickly Pear in Moab Utah.













Sunset and Slickrock.











Rock Crawlers.














Belt of Venus.


missmolly
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10/31/2017 08:42AM
Zulu, if you ever offered classes in living well, I'd be sitting in the front row.
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11/05/2017 03:27PM
Fall is winding down here, but I was in Vermont yesterday and saw some sugars still flaming, as well as abundant covered bridges. When my Bloodgood Japanese maples change, I might post them as well as the larches if they're yellow enough. The larches are just starting to turn. The Bloodgoods are my trees with the most color and because they turn last, they're the grand finale.


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11/05/2017 04:05PM
Love the bridges!
QueticoMike
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11/05/2017 04:06PM
Did you do any fishing by any of those bridges?
missmolly
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11/05/2017 06:36PM
quote QueticoMike: "Did you do any fishing by any of those bridges?"

No fishing, Mike, but I expect with the current, it would be trout. Maybe some smallies too. Here are the currents just beyond a couple bridges.


 
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