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With autumn closing in ...

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The temperature is still hot to very hot, but the days are getting shorter, and some few of the tree leaves are starting to change colors and the berry bushes / trees are kicking out fruit for migrating birds to munch on while they pass through on their way to winter homes.

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It's raining in the meadow...

But, on the hillside, the sun shines bright...

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Autumn is here. Here and there, some trees are early go-getters, showing traces of fall colors. Overall though, green color still dominates the trees, and yet, the berry bushes and trees are covered in fruit, the birds are feasting on them and joining flocks to make the trips to winter grounds. Summer crops are ready to harvest.

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Photo from the Bürgerpark ● Heavily compressed because of the 1MB limit here in the forum.

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Corvalis, Oregon. X-T10, 16 mm F2.8.

 

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