212. Full

Most of the trees are still full with leaves, although they are falling quickly (soon the ground will be full of leaves)!  🙂  This year’s Autumn colors have been somewhat dull, I am wondering if it is due to all the rain received earlier in the year?  There are a few trees that are just gorgeous, but for the most part the trees are going straight from green to brown.  This image was taken from Memorial Park (in Omaha) looking down to the bell tower at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UN-O).  The sun light was hitting the leaves just right and almost made the yellow leaves glow.


~ by Tammy on October 23, 2010.

16 Responses to “212. Full”

  1. Very Nebraska Gothic! Is that even possible outside of WoW Systerhood circles?

  2. Very pretty!!

  3. Wow, I like this photo. Great colours.

  4. What a beautiful photograph this is!

  5. Hi Tammy,
    I love that Bell Tower. Our leaves are the same here, kind of dull this year. I think it’s got something to do with the lack of water this summer. That haze in my pictures is caused from me shooting through the back door window I think. Have a great day!


  6. Love the composition on this Tammy. If in real life the colors are a bit dull you might try the color boost filter. LOL

  7. Really? You still have leaves! Wow! Love the tower! Our trees are empty. 😦

  8. Our leaves are long gone… very pretty surrounding that beautiful architecture. Great composition in this Tammy.

  9. Lovely! Great composition. I like the way the tower is framed by the trees.

  10. Wonderful composition. Color, although not brilliant, seems to suit the photo.

  11. I love the dark trunks of the trees as they rise through the photo. The colored leaves accent them and the bell tower. Super!

  12. Looks almost like a castle! What a beautiful photograph.

  13. Don’t you love it when the trees glow? The church tower give it an Old World feel.

  14. love this! beautifully captured 🙂

  15. I like this tower as the backdrop for the fall foliage… maybe next year’s shot will be brighter! It amazes me that for all that the scientist know, the ingredients for perfect autumn colors is still elusive.

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