Daily Picture Show

Fall Foliage Photography

October has come and gone, as has Halloween. Only a few more weeks of colorful fall foliage remain. But at least we can enjoy fall photos year-round! Katie Barnes and Max Bittle, New Hampshire-based photographers, submitted their seasonal snapshots to The Picture Show. You should do the same by adding your photos to our group pool on Flickr!

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Oddly enough, the season "fall" may be inaccurately named. According to NPR's Robert Krulwich, leaves don't fall; they're pushed. Check out this science story: Why Leaves Really Fall Off Trees.

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