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Published October 01 2011

Seasonal spectrum

It’s odd that in a season that’s a transition to death and hibernation, fall provides a spectrum of colors that makes us feel so alive.

Perhaps that’s why so many of us rush to capture the images of gold, orange and yellow trees – so the memories of these splendid scenes can warm us through the cold, monotone winter.

Regardless of why people love to photograph the array of autumn’s display, we’re just happy some of you love sharing your fall bounties.

The pictures collected were all taken by Forum readers who responded to a request on inforum.com.

Many of the images are from area lakes. Some are snapshots from rural areas. And at least one used the fallen leaves of Lindenwood Park to craft a colorful nameplate of “Fargo.”

If you like what you see in the photo gallery at the right, click here to see many more of our readers’ fall portraits. And if you like that, you might want to bookmark the website; winter will be here faster than we want to admit.


Readers can reach Forum Features Editor Robert Morast at (701) 241-5518