victorialynn2

Show me your Foliage!

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I feel like there should be awards:

Best auto/foliage color

Most creative “foliage”

Best scenery 

 

The problem is that I love all these photos, even the ones without cars. I’d have to make categories until they all won. 

 

One thing I have learned from this thread, is that nowhere do our beautiful autos look better than in natural scenery. 

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Here in Australia we generally do not have a fall where the foliage changes color, our native foliage is green all year round.  

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"our native foliage is green all year round"

 

Yeah, after the millionth gumtree they all look the same!

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I dumped the memory card on my trail cam for the first time in a few weeks and found I had a current Fall photo of my 50 F1. This is me coming home from our Fall tour back on the 4th. Found we had 6 visits from bears on the trail cam too. Hadn't seen any since the spring.

 

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No cars but here are two pictures from our regions Fall Tour a few weeks ago that a member sent me for our newsletter.

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One of my Mercedes from a couple years ago, somewhere in New York in October. And one from last week, not my car, but a beautiful 1912 Lozier that was at the Simeone Museum in Philadelphia ... fall colors seemed a bit late to pop this year. I haven't really been looking at the trees lately, but this thread has reminded me I should take a drive and enjoy what fall colors are left before bare-branches season hits.

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19 hours ago, victorialynn2 said:

Wow, really beautiful. Where is that @Jim Bollman?

Greene County TN near Greeneville.  One of our members setup a 31+ mile tour of the back roads. Took a bit over 90 minutes  between the curves, hills and road conditions. Was a perfect day for November, hight 70s and sunny.

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Here is fall foliage in Quartsite, Az and a couple bonus shots. The very first time I ever backed up the trailer into a spot BTW.

 

(Do not ask how many tries/times it took. I got here early and had the lot to myself to practice.) ?

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If that empty trailer is going to haul back a 34/35 Hudson Convertible. You can drop it off here in Idaho. The tire laying on the ground, does add to the pretty sunset.

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2 hours ago, Xander Wildeisen said:

If that empty trailer is going to haul back a 34/35 Hudson Convertible. You can drop it off here in Idaho. The tire laying on the ground, does add to the pretty sunset.

Do you like the garbage in front of the truck and the garbage can behind it? Yeah, there’s a lot of litter around but I was going to miss the shot so ran with it. 

 

Dad sold his Hudson’s before I got involved. I will drag out some photos for ya one day. I still have a hard time going through his photos. This has all been lot to digest. 

 

I think I’m going to rescue the 63 Corvair Spyder this trip. I’d ❤️ To get that going but not exactly sure what’s going on with it. Hopefully it’s not too big a project for me to keep. 

 

PS, That tire is old enough to qualify this post for an AACA post. That’s my story anyway, since there are no old cars in this particular post. 

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Out here in Central Washington, "Show me your Foliage!" could easily be interpreted as "Show me your Sagebrush!", nevertheless I did manage to find a tiny bit of fall color.

 

 

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Sorry that I haven’t got the Lincoln out yet to show off with the foliage here, but I couldn’t resist sharing a few pics of the Hill Country, Tx “foliage”.

 

Hope y’all had a great Thanksgiving. 

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No car in this one (my cad is a lonnnng way away from here) but taken yesterday when I walked the entire mall. Lots of nice fall colours in DC still 

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This picture was taken just today. Sitting on the patio in the sun, and drinking a cold beer. If you look close you will see the leaves are off the trees. But you still can see some summer green on the left over bell peppers. And you can see the beautiful fall amber glow in the wheat ale. You just have to love fall colors. :rolleyes: 

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