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This series was created by Alain Chamot (1971-2020).
Mike in Oly
Watergirl requested one more set to fill out the last week of Fall Foliage posts. I aim to please so searched my photos for more and decided on these. A mix of fall colors in leaf and fruit. Hope you enjoy.
Beautyberry. While not very showy for fall color the fruits are a stand-out and always grab your eye with that unusual purple tone.
Rose hips are always lovely, and we have several native species here in western Washington that like to show off.
Sunshine thru old-gold.
Frosted oak leaves.
Gingko shining bright!
I love the color blends on the close-ups.
Ninebark – another native with great fall appeal.
Smokebush never disappoints.