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Wherein intrepid correspondent Rita Leonard grabs her trusty camera and again illustrates autumn for THE BEE

RITA A. LEONARD - Red maples, at S.E. 43rd and Reedway Street in Woodstock.Fall came late this year, but the intense colors are making up for it. Between autumn leaves and berries, and bright harvest fruits and fall flowers, the scenes around Inner Southeast neighborhoods are uplifting to all who view them.

Take a walk and see what's still out there.

RITA A. LEONARD - An orange trumpet vine in Brooklyn at S.E. 16th Avenue and Boise. RITA A. LEONARD - Autumn crocuses in the Creston-Kenilworth neighborhood, at S.E. 44th and Cora Street.

RITA A. LEONARD - One of many places in Inner Southeast where pumpkins have been ripening as here, in Sellwood, at 2040 S.E. Bidwell Street.

RITA A. LEONARD - Red berries found in the Creston-Kenilworth neighborhood at S.E. 27th and Rhone.   Autumn colors_006.jpg  Rita A. Leonard Chinese lanterns in the Brooklyn neighborhood, at S.E. 9th Avenue and Rhone Street.

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