Color Burst #1 (Linus Palmer Park)

As September turns into October here in West Michigan the Fall colors continue to grow more vivid.

 

While I'd say that 75-80% of the trees in the area remain green, some incredibly beautiful and bright color bursts can be seen. Particularly in younger trees, and nears the tops of older ones.

 

This shot is of a gorgeous golden tree (with red tips) found at Linus Palmer Park in Wyoming.

 

The sky color here is aided by a circular polarizer ... but the color of the leaves ... that's pretty much all Mother Nature.

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Taken on October 4, 2011
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