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Thread: Indian Summer through the camera lens

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    Senior Member yonnikka's Avatar
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    I want to share this photo of the foliage around the northeast end of Sunset Lake with my QB friends here, and I hereby invite you all to post more pictures of this genre here, to share. Nature is our inspiration, our source of refreshment and calm; invigorating, calling us to come out of our shells, come out and play....

    weeds along the lakeshore, Oct 7
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    Love this,looks very peaceful

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    We were out in IT alllll afternoon - Beautiful wonderful 'couldn't ask for better' weather!

    Unfortunately I didn't take a single picture with a camera - only long looks with my eyes for memories.

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    Speechless. That is so beautiful.

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    Beautiful, leaves are starting to turn, warm temps here. I would like it to be a bit cooler, still using AC during the day.

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    Thanks for the beautiful pics! :D

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    Thanks so much for sharing this lovely photo. I feel so peaceful just gazing at it. :)

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    Love the pic I would love to see some Indian Summer here. Enjoy. Sue

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    funny you should ask - just took this one this morning from the dining room patio door
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    Those are beautiful photos. Thanks to you both for sharing. I don't get out much anymore because both my knees are shot and I can't do anything about them for a while as I am 24/7 complete caregiver to my dh. One of these days.

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    :thumbup:

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    Beautiful pictures.

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    A photo from a state where the seasons don't really change.
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    Fall is always late in my part of Texas, but I love looking at these pictures. Bautiful.

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    We don't have the hardwoods here so the change comes a little later, it is just starting with some of the low bushes soon the Tameric trees will start to change I promice to show pic when it happens untill then love to see the seasons change in the east.

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    Nice pictures. Thanks to all for sharing.

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    Lovely pics!

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    So beautiful. Our town is expecting temperatures in the high 90s and even the 100s. Not really excited about this continuing long hot summer.

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    How peaceful. Thanks for sharing.

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    Great picture.

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    Love the pics....thanks for sharing

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    is that alligators floating in the pond? :)

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    OK,I have acouple...
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    Beautiful photos of my favorite season. Here in central Arkansas, the sumac is just turning red, and there's a bit of yellow in my Japanese maple. Otherwise, the world is still green.

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    Colors are nice but i still like green.I see green pine trees even in winter.Seeing green pine trees is getting old.Connie in CO

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