Austin Autumn Color

Even though the sounds of Christmas carols can be heard throughout our cities and snow blankets towns in the northern latitudes, the calendar still shows we have yet to move into the winter season.  So without much ado I now present a series of photographs featuring a Texas Autumn, all taken the first week of November.

Trees along the Colorado River

Virginia Creeper - Enchanted Rock State Park


Lichen and insect Enchanted Rock State Park


Dried Flower  McKinney Falls State Park

Landscape McKinney Falls State PArk

Prickly Pear Cactus

Bald Cypress - McKinney Falls State Park

McKinney State Park information  – www.tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/mckinney-falls

Enchanted Rock State Park information – www.tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/enchanted-rock

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11 thoughts on “Austin Autumn Color

  1. 4th down the seed pod I guess maybe its a dried flower now that I look at it. Anyway I love that shot. It’s got such great texture!

  2. Wow – gorgeous Bonnie! I especially love the grasshopper, the cactus, and the tree roots. I’m always fascinated by exposed roots. 🙂

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