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Each season I try to get some photos of this twisty-trunked old tree on the banks of Beargrass Creek in Cherokee Park. For the fall shoot most of the colorful leaves had fallen by the time I made it to the park last week. Instead of being disappointed, learned an important photography lesson: focus on what's in front of you and you'll always find great subjects. In this instance, found all these different small shells on the creek bank and even on submerged leaves. Serendipity!
Linking to Mosaic Monday.