Autumn in Edmonton *56k beware*

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  1. TBaraki

    TBaraki TPF Noob!

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    Here are a few of the changing colours in these parts. Anyfeedback is welcome.

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    wow some stunning shots there
     
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    These are beautiful. The first one is my favorite. The water really draws the eye deep into the landscape and it seems to go on forever.

    I can't wait till we get some fall colors here. I've already got some spots planned to go and shoot, but there's still about 2 more weeks til the color peaks.

    Julie
     
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    Awesome Shots! Edmonton is such a beautiful place isnt it? ;)

    Thanks for sharing!
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    These make me wish we had more trees round here that really go from green to yellow to red to brown... Most trees here are oaks, they go straight from green to brown. The beeches haven't even started changing yet. Some birches go yellow first. Many went straight into brown. There are not too many maple trees here, now THOSE would give us the full range of colours. But wherever there are some, they are planted, and you would not find whole forests of maple trees. So no "changing season panorama" here as you may get in Canada.

    Wow.
    Thank you for showing us!
     

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