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Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks

It isn’t usual for me to take “Fall color” pictures. In fact, I can’t think of a time I did other than last year…and that didn’t really count because that was in my front yard.

This year, I felt compelled to try since I never really put forth any effort into capturing the beauty of the season. I drove out to the massive cemetery at Jefferson Barracks. This is the first time I’ve been to a cemetery since I went to Miles Mausoleum in Illinois.

Without further ado, here are a handful of the images I made today:

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

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Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

Fall colors at Jefferson Barracks © 2009 Max Gersh

For what it’s worth, I don’t normally do the dutch angle thing (the slanted image in the photo above) but I kind of liked the way this one turned out.

***Please forgive the somewhat heavy JPEG compression. I only realized that I had my compression settings improperly set after I uploaded them all and I don’t feel like going back through them all again.***

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