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Unfortunately, our fall foliage, which is normally pretty spectacular, is only mediocre this year due to the drought conditions of the last three months.
So, I am really enjoying your outstanding pics.
If you get a chance, you might want to check out that body of water (in these latest pics) in the next few days or so.
The yellow conical shaped trees are the deciduous conifer, Eastern Larch or Tamarack. They develop a very nice, rich yellow color late in the color season and it looks like several are just getting started. A stand of Tamarack in peak color can be quite stunning.
Thanks for posting these pics and reviving this thread! I was just thinking about this the other day.What a beautiful place!!
What is the location?
I have not really been able to photograph the leaves here due to camera issues so I was hoping others would post.
all the directly above shown pic's are unfourtunately not mine, just found them in that Photo-forum which contains many nice motivs and photoshop skills as well - I can't keep up to those standards. I have no idea where the places are, some of them showed text attached, I went back and tried to find the text via those links, but could not. I should have copied the page-link instead of the pic's link.