Welcome to this month’s Fall color challenge. In October we explored the color ochre and its myriad interpretations. We aim to discover the various shades of auburn this month. In the image above you get an idea of the range of Auburn shades.
November, with its Autumn colors, seems like a great month to enjoy nature’s color schemes. Even if you are in the southern hemisphere, the rich tones of auburn may be evident all around you. While I would love to bore you with autumn leaves from this year and years past, I should set some different examples for the color challenge!
But who doesn’t love a tumble of leaves that have fallen?
My sis-in-law always has a beautiful seasonal display in her dining room window. I caught this just in time for the late afternoon sun to peek through the tiny house window that illuminated the glow of the auburn leaves in the background.
Now for some other images of auburn created in nature. Within the past two years I was happy to be able to visit Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada and be surrounded by the auburn rock formation.
I also visited Sedona in 2018 and the Grand Canyon in 2019 where vivid red rocks were the norm.
Sunsets and sunrises also give us variations of auburn.
I want to thank all the bloggers who have joined Sunday Stills for the first time in the past two months and shared their wonderful images. Please stop by and support their efforts!
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- JP the Wide-eyed Wanderer
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- Wolf’s Birding and Bonsai Blog
- Travels and Trifles
- Beauty & Impressed
- The Day After
Of course I must “leave” you with another auburn view of Autumn.
I am looking forward to how you interpret the color auburn!
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