indeed the trees are gorgeous
Wow, they really 'pop'! Gorgeous!Lindy
Yes, beautiful color! I used Velvia for years. I remember testing it for a photo class assignment and finding it had superior latitude; the colors did not shift when underexposed although Kodak film did.
Beautiful color. And what a dandy road to live on.MB
Yes, the trees are extremely beautiful!
That great color film has made the difference. Two gorgeous picures of these brilianrt trees.
Our fall color thus years wasn't this vivid.
awesome color. when i saw the title, i thought i read velveeta slides and got all hungry until i read it again
The tree photos are amazing. I love the composition of the first one - the tiny pointed evergreen in the foreground and the house snuggled between the trees and the color in the second one witht he rusty old building in the background - fabulous - absolutely fabulous!!!! I've gotten way behind in my blog reading - trying to catch up with some of my favorites - and love your header.
That's a beautiful color missing from our landscapes. Very pretty trees. Now, if they could only stay that way longer.
The color is gorgeous!!! I love your banner too.
Very pretty. One of the trees we ordered is a sugar maple and I hope when it grows, it will be very colorful.
WOW...talk about a pop of color! Beautiful photos, no matter how old!
Ooh...now I just love me some trees!
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