Photographs by Frank

24 October 2020

Mother Nature’s Yellow Period

Filed under: Autumn,Landscapes,Monadnock Region — Frank @ 6:30 PM

Picasso had his Blue Period. Mother Nature has her Yellow Period each fall.

After the maples and birches are done with their autumnal display of reds and oranges in the canopy, it is time for the beeches in the under story to take the limelight. They turn yellow, then orange-brown on their way to a light tan.

Of course, beeches, like oaks, then hold on to those pale tan leaves until spring.

These photos were made on a morning walk up the unmaintained section of Brimstone Corner Road.

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Yellow Period #1
Yellow Period #1
Yellow Period #2
Yellow Period #2
Yellow Period #3
Yellow Period #3
Yellow Period #4
Yellow Period #4

3 Comments

  1. Lovely! I especially like #2.

    Comment by Katrina — 24 October 2020 @ 6:53 PM

  2. Glad you are out walking about AND, with camera. I, too, have been getting mine out for some fresh air. Took it to a high school soccer game to try my luck at action. Pleased with the results.

    Really like #3 with the contrast of the tree trunks. and the stone wall against the leaves.

    Looking forward to more. . .

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 25 October 2020 @ 7:49 AM

  3. Those are cool

    Comment by Keith Williams — 2 November 2020 @ 4:13 PM

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