Festival of Leaves 2021 ~ Week # 2 Searching for Color Along the Waters Edge

The colors are just beginning to emerge but still remain elusive. I don’t want to hurry it because like Christmas it is here before you know it and gone even quicker.

I have found that searching along the edge of the creeks and other small run offs you can see early change. I don’t know if that is because the trees along the water change earlier or if the variety lends itself to more obvious contrasts. I do now that this weather is glorious! Look at that sky! Yum.

I love autumn so I am hosting the 2021 Festival of Leaves Challenge. I will post every Thursday and I invite everyone to join in any time through the week for any or all weeks.

This challenge usually runs about 10-12 weeks, with the last week being a wrap up. You can link up here or on any of the individual weeks. Be sure to tag your post Festival of Leaves so it is easy to find in the reader.

See more of my autumn images by clicking here:A Lingering Look at Autumn

To help guide you through the season check out these helpful links:

Fall Foliage Prediction Map

Techniques for Fall Color Photography

 

10 thoughts on “Festival of Leaves 2021 ~ Week # 2 Searching for Color Along the Waters Edge

  1. Our colors aren’t really up either. There are patches — a red patch there, lots of yellow leaves mixed with green, some orange. But the maples haven’t changed at all and they are the ones with the really bright colors.

    Your photograph looks so much like the pictures of the river above the dam in the middle of town, they could be the same location!

    Like

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