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