Autumn Spectrum 10/10/10

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    My picture for 10/10/10.

    I love our autumn, full of colors.

    Thanks to vanou and johanne for collecting the maple leaves.

    Checkout also my Apple Logo Autumn Spectrum

    vanou, *Brightburn*, and 2029 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. SpoonFull O Guts 47 months ago | reply

      A well done earthwork!

    2. boo.bam 41 months ago | reply

      Could you please tell me how you did it?
      Did you collect leaves of different colors, or did you color the leaves?

      I showed this picture to my friends. They LOVE it!!
      One of them wondered how it came into being. So I created an account on Flicker to ask you about it. I would be very thankful if you answer it.

    3. Mr. dale 41 months ago | reply

      The leaves fall off the Maple trees like this, sometimes you get lucky and they arrange in intricate patterns like arrows and apples.

    4. boo.bam 41 months ago | reply

      merci boucoup

    5. schromann 39 months ago | reply

      OK, difficult not to like this.

    6. hoy:mp 38 months ago | reply

      Fantastic idea.

    7. Ivan . 35 months ago | reply

      Fantastic work..!! is a great example to follow.

    8. Irene2727 34 months ago | reply

      Your beautiful image was seen in:

    9. plaskota 29 months ago | reply

      YES! Brilliant

    10. zachho 29 months ago | reply

      You are so creative!

    11. Wild tulip 24 months ago | reply

      OMG! It takes your breath away!

    12. pexy 22 months ago | reply

      This must have taken a while. Great photo.

    13. Caperucita Descolorida 21 months ago | reply

      wow :) is the day of my b-day! :D jajaja lovely shoT!!!

    14. realgrl 16 months ago | reply

      Breathtaking! This is why autumn is my favorite time of year!

    15. loopoboy 2.0, sick of the internet!!!!! [deleted] 7 months ago | reply

      I love it!

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