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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Autumn Colors and Columns. Three Weeks Apart

First four pictures were taken on November 1st, 2012. 
Last four pictures were taken on November 23rd, 2012.





Three weeks later:





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18 comments:

  1. Still absolutely gorgeous on Nov. 23! That last shot is my favorite! It's stunning!

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  2. Hi Tatyana, i can only express a sigh, as i have not seen autumn leaves yet!

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  3. Those red leaves on the ground look like flowers.

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  4. Just a perfect carpet of Autumn colour Tatyana.The colours this Autumn have been impressive.

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  5. Superb colours and nice to see the subtle changes. All stunning!

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  6. Beautiful colours. In Finland it's just grey in November.

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  7. 23 listopada jest mniej liści na drzewach, ale te co zostały są dalej kolorowe. Bardzo ładne jesienne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam.
    November 23 is less leaves on the trees, but these are what are referred to as color. Very nice autumn pictures. Yours.

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  8. This is the end of November, but the place is still beautiful. Thank you for your comments!

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  9. Beautiful stand of trees, love the colors of autumn.

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  10. Tatyana,
    As always, gorgeous photos! You have such an artistic eye!

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  11. The maple leaves are awesome in Fall! I love the last photo, there is a maple leaves road between trunks.

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  12. Lovely colours and even on the last 4 pictures the trees have still rather a lot of leaves. We had a storm last weekend and really all leaves have blown off.

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  13. So pretty. It's been a long time since we've had any color here on the east coast.

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  14. The last one is my favorite but they're all amazing. Great job Tatyana.

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  15. I published a post today with a similar theme, then discovered your beautiful photos! So sad to see the gorgeous leaves go!

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  16. Ciao, bellissimo blog! Lo seguirò con piacere :) È sempre bello incontrare amanti del verde :)

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