Saturday, September 26, 2015

I Bin Workin' Hard!

    I've been working hard to get some photos of fall colors. Yes, our colors started few weeks ago and the best of it is over.

    Along with colors we had some good sky scenes with cloud build ups. 

     So from time to time I grabbed the camera and took a bunch of shots. Most I deleted. 

    So here are some of the shots I kept.

Excuse the neighbor's eave's trough on the left

There's a lot of power in this one.


Lots of sunlight on the birch

A large poplar that's past it's prime

A mountain ash with red berries to go along with yellow leaves.

30 comments:

  1. Wow love the pictures. I love fall time!! I am ready to take some pictures of the fall colors.

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    1. Thanks. Our colors are just about at the end. many leaves have fallen.

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  2. awesome thunderheads and great fall colors, too!

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    1. Thanks. We seem to have had the big clouds this sept.

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  3. I love to see the Indian Summer colours.

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    1. They've been good here this fall.

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  4. You are ahead a lot with fall colors. Just seeing a bit around here, it grows each day.

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  5. They are beautiful photos! We still have leaves, although they are dropping before they are turning!

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    1. We've had the peak and now the leaves are dropping quickly.

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  6. Great clouds, too. We've begun watching them more now that my husband had been learning how to paint them.

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    1. Clouds are forever changing so there's always something new to see.

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  7. I love reading the blogs this time of year from my more northern writers. Such a stupendous collection of beauty.

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    1. And we like seeing the reds you have when your leaves change.

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  8. Those clouds are awesome! And you did get plenty of great shots, Red. Keep 'em coming. :-)

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  9. You do color up fast and furious in the north land. Our coloring up is just beginning and will last through the month of October, except for the drought stricken trees that just give up and turn brown.

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    1. Colors come quickly but are over just as quickly.

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  10. Fantastic pictures Keith!!!

    Tracey

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    1. Thanks neighbor. This has been great year for color.

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  11. At least you got some color! We are still waiting here:)

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    1. Yours will come. I'm surprised by our color this year.

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  12. The birch and ash are my favourites. I'm taking the odd colours shot these days. Our fall colours are late this year!

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    1. Birch and ash are great for yellow but our aspen have bright yellow as well.

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  13. Those clouds look straight out of the illustrations of N.C. Wyeth, one of my favorite artists.

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    1. Hey, I like Wyeth too. I'll have to look at his clouds again.

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  14. Wow, you have so much autumn colour. We're not quite there yet. And those clouds are spectacular. Nice shots!

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  15. We have great color but very little red.

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  16. Hi Red, Red Deer sure has some nice fall colors and they do start early, don't they? This year at least, we'll be well into October before we hit the peak colors.

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  17. Red,
    I love those white clouds. Magnificent.

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