Saturday, November 16, 2013

The End Of Autumn's Golden Glory

While I was making a driving tour of autumn's last golden leaves, I snapped this photo at the Fort Jackson Cemetery:

And these brilliant trees along the Port Kent Road:

This lovely scene was at a bridge on Days Mill Road:

A farm field surrounded by shimmering, pale gold:

And two new, massive stone walls amidst the golden maples on the Port Kent Road:

An orange explosion:

And fireworks of gold:

A joyful symphony of color:

The Hopkinton town square:

In the Fort Jackson Town Park:

Brilliantly colored understory trees beneath taller, older trees:

And a single fiery burst of orange on the shoreline of the St. Regis River. This was pretty much the last color of the season. It won't be long before I'll be taking photos of the snowy scenery:

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