Lingering Colors of a Late Fall

by D.R. Norris

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The lingering warm fall provided a mirage of subtle colors well into November in the Greater Boston area, colors that held on until three days of winds denuded the maples, oaks and beeches that give New England its reputation for beauty. This group of photos was taken with a simple point and shoot camera with a short zoom lens. The key is in being aware of the beauty that surrounds us.


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