This week’s theme is saturated. Despite the warm weather we’ve been having here in Northern Ontario, there are hints of fall all around us. It always astounds me when you look at the greying skies and browning leaves, only to find little gems of colour sneaking around each corner. One thing that always surprises me are the fall mushrooms. Generally so bright and white in the spring, there are multitudes of beautifully coloured fungi that appear with the fall rains and damp weather. The photos below are a few of the amazing sights of autumn.
This week, show us a photo of whatever you’d like, but make sure it’s saturated. It can be black and white, a single color, a few hues, or a complete rainbow riot; just make sure it’s rich and powerful. Let’s turn the comments into an instant mood-booster!
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