Here’s an album of fall photography from a couple of years back. In a good year, the crisp air following an early cold snap changes the colors of the Ozark landscape almost overnight to a brilliant rainbow that rivals even the best of a New England autumn.
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I’ve posted these photos to the public domain, so if you like what you see, feel free to download them, use them elsewhere on the web, or as part of an art project – no strings attached. Just pass along the favor.
It’s that time of year again for passing around the best shots of nature’s most spectacular fall fireworks. Here are a few choice picks from National Geographic.
…and a collection dedicated to fall scenes from across the US.
NatGeo Photo Gallery: Autumn in the United States
Above: Natagiri Pass in Japan, and maples in North Carolina.
This video essay from the Syracuse Post-Standard is part five in a series about how the people of the modern-day Onondaga Nation combine today’s lifestyle with ancient traditions to live with the seasons. This episode focuses on the harvest season of autumn.
This series is one of my favorites; highly recommended and enjoyable – take a moment to watch it.
Courtesy of National Geographic.