Don’t You Love Fall Colors?

Autumn happens to be my favorite season of the year and every year, I like to go out and capture as much of nature’s grand color show as possible. 

Unfortunately, due to personal circumstances, I really didn’t get a chance to shoot a lot of fall foliage this year, but I decided to reminisce a bit and look at the shots I took in previous years and remember the good times I had shooting them.

I hope to get some nice shots next year, but in the meantime, here are some of my favorites from the past.   Be sure to click on the images to see them large.

Which one is your favorite?  Let me know in the comments.  I’d love to hear.

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