I found this old barn on a two-lane country road in western Virginia. I believe it suits this week’s theme, “country,” to a T. To see all of the entries in the challenge, hosted by Leanne Cole Photography, click here.
This image, shot in New Brunswick, Canada, conveys more of a moody side of autumn. But despite clouds and fog, the colors we
re still impressive.
The purple heather and thistle of Scotland were at their peak on this fall day in the heart of the northern highlands. And, as is often the case, a remnant of the past sits on top of the hill.
While visiting the Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge on the Maine-New Hampshire border, I was dazzled by the autumn foliage decorating this still blue lake.
The autumn leaves are just beginning to turn along the Charles River Esplanade, a popular back-bay area in Boston, Massachusetts.
This postman is one of many vibrantly-marked tropical butterflies of the genus Heliconius.