Love the golden leaves!
You’re welcome! 😊🍁
Breathtaking! I absolutely love autumn leaves.
Thank you. Even dark brown autumn leaves can look very pretty.
Wow! Wow! Wow! Beautiful, amazing and elegant photo!
Thank’s for share Vova Zinger.
Thank you very much, Elvira.
You are welcome, Vova Zinger.
That’s an appealing autumnal glow. Backlit leaves can be dramatic, but I rather like these, shown against that dark background.
Many thanks. The leaves of late autumn do not have such richness and brightness, but they bring some kind of feeling of warmth and calmness.
I agree with you.
A lovely, autumn carpet! Thank you so much for sharing!
Thank you very much.
That is such a beautiful picture.
A camouflaged forest. It’s beautiful.
Thank you very much. It was very pleasant to walk along this path, completely strewn with fallen leaves.
Special days. Keep capturing them, please. They’ve sadly passed here, but we did enjoy several walks on disguised paths.
I like taking pictures. On the one hand, I love taking pictures. On the other hand, the desire to take interesting pictures requires me to look for interesting places, which is also a very interesting thing.
It’s a win-win-win. How delightful. We all need a few more of these.
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Lovely golden season.
Many thanks. Unfortunately, it’s almost over. Most of the trees, at least around my house, are completely bare. Will be waiting for colorful electric lighting instead of amazing natural colors.
I do recall some of your “bare trees” photos, quite expressive, Vova.
There is a certain beauty in bare trees too.
I hope I find another one.
Perhaps one of Robert Frost’s roads that diverge in a yellow wood? Thanks for taking us down the path less traveled!
Many thanks. I’m glad this photo gives room for imagination.
How lovely – ‘leaves, like the things of man, you with your fresh thoughts care for’
Thanks a lot. I really liked your comment.
Gorgeous and mysterious. It looks like the kind of place and time of year where anything can happen!
Thanks a lot. Luckily, I didn’t get to witness the mystery going on there. It’s a pity.
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