Monday, October 26, 2015

Benches and Leaves

Our local, Riverside, park is kind of photogenic at any time but particularly so in autumn. The title of this post is pretty well all that needs to be said.





The first four photos were taken 2 weeks before the next three. I am fairly certain that the tree and bench in the photo directly above and the one directly below are one and the same. There is quite a difference as the orange leaves (above) are all gone (below), and the leaves that were green are now orange.




*A Note in Passing: I have begun to make my source photos a little bit bigger in case anyone ever wants to click on one ... ar all. If anyone (presumably local) ever wishes a higher resolution copy for personal use, I will be glad to comply freely.

14 comments:

Linda Kay said...

John, really beautiful and the reflections are awesome.

Vicki Lane said...

So beautiful! The still water adds so much.

Tabor said...

Lovely shades of autumn and glad you are getting the time to enjoy and take photos.

TexWisGirl said...

thanks for sharing your northern beauty.

Hilary said...

Beautiful colours captured. It sure doesn't take very long for peak season to pass, eh?

troutbirder said...

A walk in the park for fall colors.... very nice indeed. :)

Country Gal said...

Lovely photos !

Kathleen's Blog said...

Gorgeous photos and awesome to see the before and after shots!!

Lorna Cunningham-Rushton said...

The photo with the bench is very close to one I have,with your permission, framed and hung at my place

Regenia said...

I just got caught up on your past blogs and Sue's as well. These are beautiful! In addition to gorgeous photographs these would make wonderful note cards. For sure you are a talented photographer.

Mage said...

Such stunning stuff. Here we are brown, and the only things with color are the cactus.

Blogoratti said...

Really magnificent to view.

EG CameraGirl said...

Lovely colours!

Donna said...

All of these are just gorgeous!!
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