Maine Fall Foliage

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Despite the strong Nor’easter winds and heavy rains that blew through our area these past few days, there are still plenty of leaves hanging on and enjoying the welcome sunshine after the storm. The local fall colors seem to be at their peak this weekend, and on a short visit to the Bangor Forest today, I came across this wonderful little view tucked away along the Kitteridge Road. I was drawn to the classic rock wall and how the backlit branches and leaves framed a natural window out into the field. When I made these two photographs, the sun was high overhead and shining down through the leaves, providing an canopy of intensely vibrant and quite remarkable colors.

 

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2 thoughts on “Maine Fall Foliage

    • David Patterson

      Sarah… thanks for the kind words. The rock wall reminded me of back home in Ireland, and the backlit colors in the overhead leaves were amazing.

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