Entries Tagged ‘Fall Color’:

Up to his Haunches

Meanwhile up on the high slopes of Mount Hood the bears had been feasting on an abundant crop of Huckleberries, to prepare for hibernation

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Fall Aspen (1)

Abstract composition, inspired by a stand of Aspen trees near Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge in South Central Washington State

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Fade to White

The first frost of Autumn adds a new layer to nature’s color palette, preparing us for the inevitable fade to white

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Upon the cold ashes…

Warm colored Autumn leaves redecorate the cold charcoal remains of a campfire

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Japanese / Portland Fall Color

Another rainy day in late Winter prompted me to revisit a scene from a more colorful time at our (Portland) Japanese gardens.  There is more to see there than one, world-famous, Maple (http://bit.ly/2nus7bt)

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Winter must come

But we will keep the lights burning

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Flowing Colors

Trout Lake creek, near Mt. Adams in South central Washington State, flowing through Autumnal color in mid October

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Catnapping

Dreaming under the changing colors of early Autumn

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Stand Out

It only takes one…

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High and Dry

No too long ago this spot was part of a small, seasonal stream at the point where it entered a lake. A beaver came along and set about to do as beavers do; build himself a nice dam. So he started by chewing down an aspen tree…
Apparently our beaver had not gotten the [...]

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