Changing Seasons in the Park: October 2016

When the fall leaves are back lit they look like stained glass charms hanging from the trees.

This was all shot on the one beautiful day we had near the beginning of this month – so far the rest of it has been rain, rain and sometimes wind as the remnants of a typhoon slammed the Pacific coast near us. Actually I spoke too soon – the sun has just come out!

Backlit orange leaves in a ‘depth of field’ experiment.
Backlit orange leaves in a 'depth of field' experiment Sumac leaves turn brilliant red in the fall.
Sumac leaves turn brilliant red in the fall - here's some I took last week Sumac leaves turn brilliant red in the fall - here's some I took a few days ago Back-lit hydrangea leaves.Macro of a Hydrangea Leaf in a Depth of Field experiment A series of back-lit maple tree leaves.Maple leaves putting on their autumn colours in Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver Maple leaves putting on their autumn colours in Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver Maple leaves putting on their autumn colours in Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver Cardinal Guzman’s Changing Seasons: October 2016.

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