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Fall colors at the Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge have not been as vivid this year as in the past, mainly because of sparse rain during the summer. Still I tried some landscape shots to see how they would turn out.

Fall colors at Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlfie Refuge.

Phragmites, an invasive grass, did very well this year, with widespread stands of dried tall grass in many parts of the refuge.

Dried invasive grass.

I had to to dig out of my archives the following sunrise shot of the refuge taken four years ago in September. Things looked prettier then.

Sunrise at Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge.

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