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The warmer weather has caused the fall colors to turn ever so slowly. The first fall color to appear is from the mountain ash berries turning a bright red.
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A few maples are turning the vibrant red and orange that I look forward to seeing each fall. This tree is on the Lax Lake Road by Tettegouche State Park.
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Early one morning I drove up to Mink Lake and got this shot of the maples reflected in the water while a small layer of fog covered the shoreline.
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The next series of maples are along the road to Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center close to Finland.
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Sometimes the reds with the blue sky behind can look so vibrant.
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See the welcome sign on the base of this colorful maple? This homeowner is happy to have visitors looking at their maples.
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Another vibrant maple on Wolf Ridge.
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Most of the sumac leaves have now turned a beautiful red.
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This maple leaf caught my eye. It had fallen onto a small cedar branch.
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Some of the oaks are very colorful this year.
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Especially when set to a beautiful blue-sky background.
There are lots of mushrooms this year.
I don’t think I have ever seen a mushroom before with this beautiful chocolate brown color.