Autumn, Arlington National Cemetery
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|The Autumn colors were out in full at Arlington National Cemetery last weekend.|
“We probably have the finest collection of old trees that you’ll find in any urban area, certainly the mid-Atlantic,” says Erik Dihle, division chief for grounds, burial operations, and ceremonial support at Arlington National Cemetery. A horticulturist by trade, he estimates the cemetery boasts about six hundred trees over age one hundred, with a sizeable number over two hundred, too. [Orion Magazine]
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The cemetery has indeed a superb collection of hardwood trees and evergreens. I love how you used the tree canopies to anchor this composition. Good looking pp work.
Very well captured with warm modish autumn colours. Great brightness in this photo.