Saturday, October 27, 2018


We have been having the most colorful autumn I can remember in some time.  Usually we seem to go right from summer into winter with high winds that knock the leaves off the trees before they really get a chance to fully turn.  This year we have had an autumn and no big winds yet.  The trees have really been putting on a show.  This is a view of Homer's Pond in Junction City.  The drought caused the pond to get fairly low this year and so the plants grew into where the water usually is.  Normally there would not be all that growth along the edge.  It was added color in the late afternoon sun though, can you tell that's when I really like to capture photos?  😉

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