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Autumn in Connecticut and the Litchfield Hills
Autumn in New England is a magical time, if not one of the most beautiful times of the year. We have been blessed with a mild and prolonged Autumn spanning many weeks. The colors have changed gradually and I have been able to capture this progression through a variety of weather conditions from full sun and blue skies to rainy and overcast days and foggy mornings. Below are some of the highlights of this Autumn's photo collection. Most of the photos below are available for purchase through my website in the form of prints and other photo items such as iphone cases, mouse pads, book marks etc. Contact me if you have any questions.
Morning sun rays streak through the colored forest canopy casting their yellow hues on this Oxford, Connecticut stream
Autumn colors at their peak in the Enders Forest, Granby Connecticut
Mist covers this field in Roxbury, Connecticut
Enders Falls in Granby Connecticut in peak Autumn colors
Leaves floating down this Oxford stream ablaze in reflected Autumn colors
Reflections and Autumn colors at Steep Rock Preserve on the Shepaug River, Washington Connecticut
Lovely day for an Autumn stroll at Stouthford Falls State Park in Southbury, Connecticut
Morning clouds start to rise as the sun breaks through the clouds, Nagatuck Connecticut
A tapistry of Autumn leaves and green moss at Kettletown State Park, Soutbury, Connecticut
Autumn reflections and leaves floating by in this Oxford Connecticut stream
Morning fog brings a sense of mystery and wonder at Southford Falls State Park, Southbury, Connecticut
Gorgeous. How you capture our Beloved Mighty I AM in every photograph is
astounding. A Calendar sounds great! How about screen savers?
I'm in on a calendar too! Great idea. Many of these photos look like watercolors; John sees what God's painted:-)
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