This week I'll end all the autumn photos with these shots of the last leaves on Baringer Hill in Louisville's beautiful Cherokee Park.
Baringer Hill is grand in any season because it sets at the highest point of Cherokee Park and is a favorite spot for walking, playing with your dog, painting/sketching, and of course photography. Plus, in the winter the long hill is the place for snow sledding. Here are a few views of the hill where bare tree branches among the last autumn foliage give a soft, muted effect:
And finally, I played with camera settings a bit to "find" still vivid fall foliage. Something for everyone!
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