Autumn is here and like a tried and true Western Oregon Fall, the rain has returned with the new season. The leaves on the trees will be turning colors soon, creating an opportunity for vivid, colorful photographic landscapes. It made me think of some of the Fall color landscapes and abstract digital images I’ve created in the past. These were created at the Hoyt Arboretum and the Japanese Garden at Washington Park in Portland, OR. They are part of this week’s post as I get ready for the color change this year. Looking forward to visiting Hoyt Arboretum again this year in a couple weeks to create some more vividly colored images on my regular hikes.
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