Festival of Leaves 2022: Week #9 ~ Most of the Leaves Have Fallen

Although we have a little over a month left of autumn most of our leaves have fallen here. Heck one day this week we had some freezing rain and a spit of snow. Sigh….

I love autumn so I am hosting the 2022 Festival of Leaves Challenge. I will post every Thursday and I invite everyone to join in at 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

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25 thoughts on “Festival of Leaves 2022: Week #9 ~ Most of the Leaves Have Fallen

  1. Leaves tumbling here too after a week of heavy rain and wind, though I am sure the woodland trees will still have some colour. One of my favourite things to do in autumn is to look for interesting seed heads to photograph. I think you’ll like this one and the tree has a lovely appropriate name too.

    Celebrating Autumn #9

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  5. We lost the leaves completely overnight, but that was because of the long drought. It was why everything lit up all at once, why it only lasted for 10 days, and ended more or less instantly. Weather is pretty funky these days.

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