Autumn Canvas — pat morss

We’re getting some beneficial rain. Fall colors are now more than dry, brown leaves.

Color and shadow composition on a stone wall
Maple leaves are among the earliest to turn
Rain intensifies color
Some colors are subtle, here surrounding turtles on Niles Pond
The brightest colors can be berries rather than leaves
This House Finch travels with his own spot of color
Audubon Sanctuary in the early morning sun
Swirls of color near the rocks in the afternoon
Audubon is overseen by a Cooper’s Hawk
‘Hank Heron’ is preparing for his daily sunset hunt in the sanctuary

2 thoughts on “Autumn Canvas — pat morss

  1. Pat you have out done yourself this week. Beautiful pictures reminding us of the beauty of nature all around us. Bravo.

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