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Tree's are starting to turn in Indiana

Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by JLB768, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. JLB768

    JLB768 Old & Grumpy Lifetime Member

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    Took these two out at Lake Monroe this morning. In the bottom photo, John Mellencamp's home is just out of the shot, to the right. With the leaves on, you can't see his home, so I didn't even try.

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  2. mhambi

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    Ours done turned. Still plenty of yellows... reds are already starting to go away.

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  3. TPK

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    Yup, it's that time here as well. The leaves are all yellow and red, dropping everywhere. Time to get that rake going. It was 26 F. (-3 C.) this morning.
     
  4. JLB768

    JLB768 Old & Grumpy Lifetime Member

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    Beautiful pics.
     
  5. JLB768

    JLB768 Old & Grumpy Lifetime Member

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    Snapped this one about an hour ago...

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    Last edited: Oct 10, 2009
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  7. robin303

    robin303 Helicopter Nut

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    I would love to see that from the air. Nice pics. Thanks
     
  8. JLB768

    JLB768 Old & Grumpy Lifetime Member

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    Thanks guys. The spot I really want to take pics from, I can't, because it happens to be John Mellencamps property. I suppose with the money he has, he could afford the vantage point he has on the lake :dunno: