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Autumn in Grant Park (Set 4 of 4)

The gallery below contains the last of four sets of photos I took at Grant Park in Atlanta, on Sunday, November 11. Among these photos you will also find the rare Yellow Ribbon leaf, which I was surprised to find hidden within the foliage in the park.

The previous sets in this series are here:

Autumn in Grant Park (Set 1 of 4)

Autumn in Grant Park (Set 2 of 4)

Autumn in Grant Park (Set 3 of 4)

What’s next? Well, it’s that time of year when I brave the sixty degree temperatures, head into the woods with an axe and my trusty hound, and chop us down a Christmas tree (read: pull the tree out of the closet and reshape all the branches (not as easy as it sounds (takes half a damn day!))) to begin the holiday decorating frenzy. So you can soon expect a virtually endless (!!) number of photos of decorating in progress, including dust clouds of glitter, piles of flashy self-tangling Christmas lights, and closeups and macros and more closeups and macros of ornaments. Stay tuned!

Select the first image to begin a slideshow; enjoy the photos, thanks for visiting, and have a great Thanksgiving!

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