Our fall foliage season in upstate New York is rapidly drawing to a close.
Sunday, in golden hour light, a large cloud tried to eclipse the light show. It didn't succeed.
November 7, noontime, an office building was framed between two banks of trees and some clouds.
A final (sunny day) golden hour morning shot - a burning bush with Bradford pears behind, this near Johnson City, New York. Red or blue? Take your pick. (In the United States, a political party identifies with each of these colors.) Nature doesn't care how you voted.
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