Fall colors herald winter


A silhouette of a dormant wild fruit tree limb on the south side of Kiser Lake’s shore in Champaign County frames the autumn colors on the north side of the shore at sunset. Fall colors have peaked in the area as reds are giving way to yellows with this week’s temporarily milder temperatures. Soon it will be time for “fall back,” when the clocks are set back one hour on Sunday, Nov. 1.

A silhouette of a dormant wild fruit tree limb on the south side of Kiser Lake’s shore in Champaign County frames the autumn colors on the north side of the shore at sunset. Fall colors have peaked in the area as reds are giving way to yellows with this week’s temporarily milder temperatures. Soon it will be time for “fall back,” when the clocks are set back one hour on Sunday, Nov. 1.


A silhouette of a dormant wild fruit tree limb on the south side of Kiser Lake’s shore in Champaign County frames the autumn colors on the north side of the shore at sunset. Fall colors have peaked in the area as reds are giving way to yellows with this week’s temporarily milder temperatures. Soon it will be time for “fall back,” when the clocks are set back one hour on Sunday, Nov. 1.

A silhouette of a dormant wild fruit tree limb on the south side of Kiser Lake’s shore in Champaign County frames the autumn colors on the north side of the shore at sunset. Fall colors have peaked in the area as reds are giving way to yellows with this week’s temporarily milder temperatures. Soon it will be time for “fall back,” when the clocks are set back one hour on Sunday, Nov. 1.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_kiser-lake.jpgA silhouette of a dormant wild fruit tree limb on the south side of Kiser Lake’s shore in Champaign County frames the autumn colors on the north side of the shore at sunset. Fall colors have peaked in the area as reds are giving way to yellows with this week’s temporarily milder temperatures. Soon it will be time for “fall back,” when the clocks are set back one hour on Sunday, Nov. 1.