Leaf Studies

November 16, 2016 at 5:00 am (Autumn, Nature, Nature photography, Oklahoma) ()

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A stroll through the Martha Songbird Nature Park on Fort Sill a few days ago revealed many treasures, enough to fill several blog posts. This one is focusing on the leaves, fading in autumn glory.

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A sycamore (or is it a red maple?) leaf was pretty enough with the sun shining through it, but when a little hole caught the sun, it just became extra-special.

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Poison ivy takes on some lovely colors as the days lengthen.

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Eventually the poison ivy leaves might even make it to red if we can stay cold enough.

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Elm leaves?

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Bur oak

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Bur oak acorns

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Photos and text copyrighted by Cindy McIntyre

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2 Comments

  1. DesertAbba said,

    Cindy, you are an artist!

  2. Tom's Nature-up-close Photography and Mindfulness Blog said,

    Great shots!… though poison ivy and i have had a bit of a falling out! 🙂

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