Here are 50 of my favorite autumn color photos taken at Balsamea, at 500 pixels wide (or tall). If you’ve followed this blog a long time, you’ve seen these before. However, most of them managed to disappear from the blog, so, for the record, here they are again.
Click on a picture to open its own page where you can post comments on it.
OR, click any of the pictures in the series (after this first one) to switch to gallery/carousel mode where you can step through them like a slide show and comment right there on any picture. They look nicer there because they are not bunched up so tightly as seen here.
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I know that some of these pictures seem redundant, but that’s just all in your head. They are different. Look again. There are just certain scenes I can never catch the way I want in a picture, so I keep trying.
The last picture … all those evergreen balsam fir trees (Abies balsamea) … is a “fall color” picture, too. In fact, it belongs here more than the rest, because there are more of those trees here than any other, and that definitely is autumn late afternoon sunlight on them.
Thanks for visiting. I hope you had fun. I did. So thanks for being there to have fun “at.”