{Fall 2010 Series (or, I’m a Faker!)} Westfield, New Jersey Fine Art Photographer

I have been steadily adding my Fall 2010 Series to my Etsy Shop.  So far I have posted two groups in the series – Acorns and Fall Colors.  The above Prints are 1) Acorns I 2) Fall Colors I 3) Acorns III 4) Fall Colors II 5) Acorns II 6) Fall Colors III 7) Acorns IV

I will slowly be adding a few more prints to the about groups, as well as adding two new groups to the series – Fall Landscapes and Flavors.

All items in my shop are listed as 8×12, but there are sizing options available for 5×5 & 5×7 as well as 10×10 & 11×14. As with all of my other prints, these images can be purchased as individual blank photo greeting cards, as blank photo greeting card sets, and mounted on Bamboo from sustainable sources.  Just send me a message and I will put up a custom listing for you!

Now, I just want to make sure you understand that these images were shot this year.  It isn’t impossible to get beautiful Autumn images when it is 90 degrees in the middle of August.  You just have to keep your eyes open to the changes already taking place, and be diligent about collecting the little hints of Fall that are out there.  All of those amazing fall catalogue images were definitly shot during a season OTHER than Fall.  You can do it to.  Go ahead. Be a faker!

xo

meg

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  • Oh I so wish out Falls had that kind of intense color. We’ll be in the 60’s & 70’s well into Dec. and we might get 2 weeks of something other than brown. Altough the Crepe Myrtles do put on a spectacularly fiery show. I’ve been looking for way to fake it. But until today’s rain. we’ve been 100+ for close to 2 months and the only thing I can think about is ice, pool, water, air conditioning….lol. And the craft store….well they looked a little too fake. lol

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