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Changing Seasons

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The early morning sun rises over Rock Creek Park.

The early morning sun rises over Rock Creek Park.1Picture by Colin WiencekTrees sit on the bank of the Rock Creek. Their leaves have yet to turn, due to their resistant nature.2Picture by Colin WiencekThe Rock Creek, that runs from Maryland through D.C., runs brown during the autumn.3Picture by Colin WiencekA dead tree hangs, about to fall, over the Rock Creek.4Picture by Colin WiencekAs fall begins many plants lose their color and die. This corn field has gone from a ripe green to brown.5Picture by Lorena KowalewskiLeaves change colors as the season change. They fall off branches and land on the ground.6Picture by Lorena KowalewskiThe leaves on this Japanese maple turn a brownish red in the sunlight. 7Picture by Lorena KowalewskiChrysanthemums, known as "mums", are just starting to flower. The plants begin to bloom during the fall.8Picture by Lorena KowalewskiAs Halloween approaches, pumpkins decorate house fronts. Pumpkins can come in many different varieties, ranging in color, shape and size.9Picture by Lorena KowalewskiThese berries belong to the Beautyberry shrub, also called Callicarpa Dichotoma. In the summer the shrub has light purple flowers and then in the fall they turn into purple berries. 10Picture by Lorena KowalewskiMost leaves fall from trees because the ends of the branch are sealed off near the leaf stem to protect the tree through the long winter months. 11Picture by Colin WiencekThe steeple offers a dramatic foreground to the a beautiful sunrise.12Picture by Colin WiencekBuses offer a wonderful view and reflection of the sunrise.13Picture by Colin WiencekThe sunrise is most intense over the stadium.14Picture by Colin WiencekAs the early morning air becomes fridgid the sunrises more spectacularly. 15Picture by Colin WiencekThe sunlight creeps through the trees in Rock Creek Park as the sun rises.16Picture by Colin Wiencek

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  • Amateur Photographer on October 20, 2010 at 4:50 PM
    These are some nice pictures, but the captions need work. (A fallen tree, about to fall, etc.)?
  • Latinnamelover on October 20, 2010 at 4:52 PM
    Great Latin ID in photo 10. Keep up the good work.
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