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Friday, Dec. 19, 2014
2007 autumn scenery

People gush about New England's fall scenery (and rightly so) but nature also makes good use of Saline County as a canvas for its annual play with color and light. As the area landscape begins to put on its fall look, we have added an "autumn scenery" gallery to The Marshall Democrat-News Web site. We invite area camera bugs to send us their favorite photos of colorful leaves or other scenes that speak of autumn. We'll add them to the gallery. Please e-mail original, un-retouched photos to Rachel Harper at marshallcity@socket.net and include the name of the photographer and the day, time and place the photo was taken.

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These red maple leaves thoughtfully placed themselves against a yellow and green background on East North Street in Marshall. The photo was taken Friday, Oct. 26. (Eric Crump/Democrat-News)

A few stray leaves provide a bit of color for an old weathered wall in front of a vacant lot on East North Street in Marshall. This photo was taken Friday, Oct. 26. (Eric Crump/Democrat-News)

Late afternoon sunlight glows from the top of the First Presbyterian "Rock" Church near the corner of East North Street and Odell Avenue in Marshall. This photo was taken Wednesday, Oct. 24. (Eric Crump/Democrat-News)

Clouds moving into the area Thursday, Oct. 25, give the sky over the Saline County Courthouse a swirly layered look. (Eric Crump/Democrat-News)

This towering maple tree on East Arrow Street in Marshall is just tinged with color Wednesday, Oct. 24. (Eric Crump/Democrat-News)

Surely one of the most beautiful trees in the city is this flaming red one on W. Arrow St. This photo was taken early Saturday morning, Nov. 3. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)

Bare branches on a tree on the courthouse lawn snake out from under the canopy of red, yellow and green. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)

Early morning light illuminates the tops of trees on N. Lincoln, near Covenant Presbyterian Church, Saturday morning, Nov. 3. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)

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