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I was walking up and down Brushy Creek, looking for a shot, and that's how this picture came to be! I found a beautiful orange sycamore leaf that had a hole in it, so I lined up the sun in the hole and snapped away. The added bonus was that my subject didn't become a silhouette, because the backlighting shone right through it.

Re-upload is sharpened to compensate for some quality loss during the resize.

This shot doesn't portray a very common side of Texas...fall is usually quite drab when it comes to colors. The transition from summer to winter is so gradual that it is not unusual to see leaves on the trees in December. Most trees don't turn spectacular colors--the leaves just turn brown and fall off. However, the sycamore trees usually don't disappoint, but instead turn orange, which stands out from their white bark.

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