Autumn is my favorite season of the
year and these images are such a
lovely take on the usual shots of
leaves turning.
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
Mapel trees
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Mapel trees

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Chiefly with the autumn glories of North American woodlands that we associate the beautifully varied tints of the dying leaves of the Maples, the greater number of the fifty or sixty species of the group are natives of Asia, and chiefly of that part of Asia which lies between Japan and the Himalayas

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  1. 1. Autumn is my favorite season of the year and these images are such a lovely take on the usual shots of leaves turning.
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