Ozarks Autumn – Gold Posted on October 19, 2012 by artsifrtsy Gold. Gold is my gateway drug. Greens become golds… Gold shift to orange… And the rare few end their days in crimson. But it all begins with gold. Rate this:Share this:TwitterPinterestFacebookTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Stunning! That third picture (oak leaf?), I keep going back to it. Thank you 🙂
Thanks – that’s another maple. Oaks are just starting to turn here. I like to find a small cluster like that and just explore it.
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shades of gold….love it!
Spring rains, Summer breeze, Winter’s night….Autumn has these and one other thing that I love…the smell. The rich earthy fragrance of a forest floor. October seems to be the best month no matter where we live. In Colorado it brought the first snow, in North Carolina the crisp mornings followed by sunny afternoons always decorated by lovely fall colors. Everywhere though, it’s the smell that I love.
That’s a great description. I have never had a sense of smell – I can only describe how the air feels – this morning it was “crisp”. I recall my mom saying something once – that it “smelled like snow” outside – I have no clue about that one. Alas, I am resigned to enjoying the color and cool breezes sans the fragrances:)
Beautiful series of Autumn leaves, Lorri.
The golden leaf in the third last image is my favourite.
(I’m even managing to enjoy the holes & irregular patterns on the Autumn leaves. LOL).
Thanks Vicki! I love to see through those holes:) The one you mention is the one I think I took after a rainstorm. Grey all day and then right before sunset the sun emerges – the golds were amazing.
That’s a lot of good gold! I especially like the colors and shadows on the first one.
Thanks, I love finding the transparencies and shadows in the leaves.
Wonderful photos. They remind me of the Aspens in Colorado this time of year.
Yes – I love quakes. Haven’t seen them in the fall since I was a kid.
great photos…summer and ocean are my drug!
🙂 – I am not such a fan of summer. I prefer spring and fall. The ocean – I do love that – I miss it here in the middle of the continent.