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"Natures Artwork"

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I'm surprised at how fast the leaves are changing! shocked....Here's a few images of natures artistry from this morning's walk....I just can't get enough of natures beauty! grin

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Very nice wish i would see this down here in southern mn the leaves havent even started to change.Thanks for sharing.

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Walleyechaser, whereabouts do you reside. I was in Canby today, just 30 miles NW of Mrshall, and saw plenty of bright yellows and a few oranges. I'm quite surprised how fast they are changing down here. including around Marshall. You must be in the SE part of the state.

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Sweet images, Jonny!

I was out today with a group and saw much the same. Wonderful, wonderful color. With the low water, while many don't think rivers are worth photographing, there are still pools all over a lot of the Ely area rivers instead of flowing water, and those pools offer an awful lot of fall color opps, with leaves laying in them and sweet reflections.

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