We’d wondered over the last few weeks if autumn’s tremendous show would ever come to town and lamented that the color change seemed to be later than in previous years. Some years you can see the trees begin to change as early as August. However, fall finally came through and here’s what we saw before going to work last Thursday. (Be sure to click on the image to see a larger version.)

Fall foliage at sunrise.
COAT OF MANY COLORS — Fall spreads its colors over the Arkansas Ouachitas. Taken Nov. 13, 2014. (pano was stitched from multiple photos)

2 thoughts on “Autumn morning, Arkansas style

  1. Really beautiful photo. Gorgeous landscape. Funny how different regions change color at different times. Our Pacific NW is now in the gray winter stage. The colorful autumn leaves were mostly last month.

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