Fall Foliage Photography : The Picture Show 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 snapshot...
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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!

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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