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LAST OF AUTUMN COLORS

I’ve been bedazzled these past 10 days how much autumn colors has brought us this year. To me it seems brighter than usual. Is it my imagination working overtime? Whatever, I was snapping photos around home to capture those bright yellows and reds backed by green leaves that don’t change color.


I chose one that captured what I wanted: nothing but those bright yellows and red leaves that stood out sharply against the dark tree trunks.


When winter makes an appearance not too far from now, I’ll have that photo where I can touch a button on my laptop and see it blossom across the screen.


Here's the photo. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.


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