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Although later than usual this year, autumn has painted the Tennessee Valley in brilliant colors. Among the vivid displays during the past week was this cluster of leaves on a tree on Grant Street in Decatur.
Daily photos by Gary Cosby Jr.
Although later than usual this year, autumn has painted the Tennessee Valley in brilliant colors. Among the vivid displays during the past week was this cluster of leaves on a tree on Grant Street in Decatur.

Autumnís radiant array
A colorful line of Bradford pear trees surrounds the Herring Cemetery near the southern end of Nance Ford Road in Morgan County.
A colorful line of Bradford pear trees surrounds the Herring Cemetery near the southern end of Nance Ford Road in Morgan County.
Egrets take wing from a slough along the Tennessee River on Thursday afternoon.
Egrets take wing from a slough along the Tennessee River on Thursday afternoon.
A squirrel, nut in mouth, is franed by golden foliage as he gathers food for his winter stock along a trail in Point Mallard Park in Decatur.
A squirrel, nut in mouth, is franed by golden foliage as he gathers food for his winter stock along a trail in Point Mallard Park in Decatur.
Henry Bragg takes a walk on a sunny fall afternoon on the service road behind the Point Mallard golf course.
Henry Bragg takes a walk on a sunny fall afternoon on the service road behind the Point Mallard golf course.
























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