Photos to remind you that it's still fall

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Gorgeous fall photos
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Photos to remind you that it's still fall
Johannes S:
Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf, So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day Nothing gold can stay. ~ Robert Frost
LAKEWOOD, CO - NOVEMBER 04: A fall leaf is covered in frost as the sun comes up in Lakewood, November 04, 2014. (Photo by RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
rmr731:
Lakeridge Park, Woodbridge, VA
Colorful fall leaves at Dumbarton Oaks Gardens in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC, November 9, 2014. AFP PHOTO / Jim WATSON (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)
A man views reflected Fall foliage Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, at the Wissahickon Valley Park in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
Fall foliage frames the White House under the moon in Washington, Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014, as polls begin to close on election day. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Shannon Haines-Hale:
Logan and Ciara found the right pumpkin
Tara D Goodyear:
A Fall Leaf at Silver Lake in Washington State
Gail Hooker Mills:
Venetian Harbor, Groton Long Point, CT
Gail Hooker Mills:
Shelton, CT
mwchyden:
Randy Hyden
LoveThisNation:
Picking Apples in the Fall
shrlygbrl:
My granddaughter playing in fall leaves at Cowpens Battlefield.
tenniskats:
A Fall drive down the Colonial Parkway, Williamsburg, VA
Gail Hooker Mills:
Marsh view at Groton Long Point, CT
blueeyes07830:
I took this on our trip to Gettysburg, PA.
Tara D Goodyear:
Shannon Falls in October
stevecruiser03:
Amazing what is right outside your door !!!!
Amy Currier Mendoes:
My granddaughter having fun...
Amy Currier Mendoes:
Another day in California
Guy G Garrett:
Fall into Burney Falls
Rocio Castellar:
Now this is Hayride! My kiddies at Harbes Farm, Long Island NY .
Jay Barba:
There's nothing better then watching the sun set over the water. Especially when surrounded by fall colored trees!
Peki1:
I verify that I own or have been given permission to post the image and acknowledge that the image shall be subject to the AOL Terms of Service. Sharon Hollis, PekeBOO@aol.com
Lisa Brown Sherak Martin:
This was the view on October 20, 2013 from the top of Blood Mountain, a high point on the Appalachian Trail in Georgia! Makes me happy that these beautiful mountains are less than two hours from my home!
melder319:
Michigan
Debbie Perrone-Kiker:
picking apples
Gary Parent:
Looking south across South Branch Pond.
doctorruthusa:
CAN'T WAIT FOR COOLER WEATHER THOUGH ......
Michmerrill:
This was taken in the Mineral County West Virginia.
Linda Littell:
Rob's trail
Michmerrill:
Gorgeous country road in beautiful West Virginia.
Kristine Maes:
My Favorite Color is Montana October!
ChickEpoo:
Even the river and sky dons "fall" colors........
krypton604:
FALL FOLIAGE PIC FROM MY TERRACE OVERLOOKING CLOVE LAKE
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Though much of the country has visions of snow blowers and sleds dancing in their heads, we're still actually in the thick of fall.

Last year, we asked you to snap and share your favorite photos of fall foliage -- and boy, did you deliver. Since it feels a whole lot more like winter than autumn, we dug up our favorite photos to remind ourselves what season we're actually in.

Grab a cup of cocoa, hang by the fire and check out these gorgeous reminders that fall's out there ... somewhere.

Our favorite photos, part 1:

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Some of our fall faves
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Photos to remind you that it's still fall
mwchyden:
Randy Hyden
Amy Currier Mendoes:
My granddaughter having fun...
Guy G Garrett:
Fall into Burney Falls
Amy Currier Mendoes:
Another day in California
rmr731:
Lakeridge Park, Woodbridge, VA
Shannon Haines-Hale:
Logan and Ciara found the right pumpkin
Tara D Goodyear:
A Fall Leaf at Silver Lake in Washington State
Gail Hooker Mills:
Venetian Harbor, Groton Long Point, CT
Gail Hooker Mills:
Shelton, CT
LoveThisNation:
Picking Apples in the Fall
shrlygbrl:
My granddaughter playing in fall leaves at Cowpens Battlefield.
tenniskats:
A Fall drive down the Colonial Parkway, Williamsburg, VA
Johannes S:
Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf, So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day Nothing gold can stay. ~ Robert Frost
Gail Hooker Mills:
Marsh view at Groton Long Point, CT
blueeyes07830:
I took this on our trip to Gettysburg, PA.
Tara D Goodyear:
Shannon Falls in October
stevecruiser03:
Amazing what is right outside your door !!!!
Rocio Castellar:
Now this is Hayride! My kiddies at Harbes Farm, Long Island NY .
Jay Barba:
There's nothing better then watching the sun set over the water. Especially when surrounded by fall colored trees!
Peki1:
I verify that I own or have been given permission to post the image and acknowledge that the image shall be subject to the AOL Terms of Service. Sharon Hollis, PekeBOO@aol.com
Lisa Brown Sherak Martin:
This was the view on October 20, 2013 from the top of Blood Mountain, a high point on the Appalachian Trail in Georgia! Makes me happy that these beautiful mountains are less than two hours from my home!
melder319:
Michigan
Debbie Perrone-Kiker:
picking apples
Gary Parent:
Looking south across South Branch Pond.
doctorruthusa:
CAN'T WAIT FOR COOLER WEATHER THOUGH ......
Michmerrill:
This was taken in the Mineral County West Virginia.
Linda Littell:
Rob's trail
Michmerrill:
Gorgeous country road in beautiful West Virginia.
Kristine Maes:
My Favorite Color is Montana October!
ChickEpoo:
Even the river and sky dons "fall" colors........
krypton604:
FALL FOLIAGE PIC FROM MY TERRACE OVERLOOKING CLOVE LAKE
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Our favorite photos, part II:

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Our faves (part II)
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Johannes S:
A park bench, surrounded by fallen Maple leaves...
Jerry Gorton:
Fall Colors
Nanna Ford:
Yukon Rainbow
Johannes S:
Corn, and more corn!
Johannes S:
Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf, So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day Nothing gold can stay. ~ Robert Frost
Johannes S:
Autumn in Montreal.
Mark Bishop Evans:
Driving through the White Mountains of New Hampshire in Fall is a beautiful experience.
Johannes S:
Even the rain can't put out the "flames" in this shot.
sfsunst:
The beauty and wonder of fall through a baby's eyes.
jtiegs5542:
A lovely fall wedding!
Audra Phillips:
This is my husband's first time in his life playing in the leaves :)
PABresler:
Autumn in the Rockies
Mark Bishop Evans:
Taken in my backyard in Bradford, MA
Uncle Joey:
Another fall with our beautiful Colorado Aspen Trees
rscott0000:
Missing Tulip Bulbs
Deegoodhand:
Driving along the backroads of Kentucky. I noticed this abandoned doghouse and thought is was lonely looking.
venusnbleugenes:
Taken in Tigard, Oregon while awaiting to pick up someone.
venusnbleugenes:
There is so much Beauty that surrounds us during Fall one can only see, and fell, the innocence of it.
archeomoos:
This was taken two days before the Blizzard "Atlas" hit us. We were still a few days from max color.
amigarrick:
Lucas at Fall Harvest
brb5:
Allegany County Maryland
Debbie Baker Stobaugh:
In 2009 we visited Yellowstone and saw so many Elk. It was beautiful because it was in the Fall so the leaves were turning bright orange and yellow.
Debbie Baker Stobaugh:
My daughter Courtney visiting horses in a field along a small two lane road. Beautiful countryside showing bright colored leaves on the trees.
Ned2Know:
The first day Zion opened after the government shutdown as viewed by my friend.
Gregg Goodrich:
Sunset looking out my front door
mangowitz:
Falling Leaves
dcw860:
Jackson at the Pumpkin Patch in Clayton, CA
Spencer Huck:
Off Blue Road
minecar:
While visiting Alaska to photograph Northern Lights, fall colors began to appear as in this photo North of Fairbanks, Alaska.
Nothing says Fall like fallen apples
Mother of 3 boys:
I took some photos of my flowers last night before the first fall frost.
Curtis L Benton:
Awesome...
Richard Bambenek:
The perfect combination of temperature and moisture has produced the beautiful Fall colors of the Sweet Gum in my backyard
Kovacik Leighton:
feathers, berries and leaves
ZASCH:
Abundance of Fall
Joanna Buniak:
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Joanna Buniak:
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Mr Qwert:
Boquet River
Tom P Healy:
Catskill Mountain Railroad Cold Brook New York
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Apologies to those of you who see this out your window ...

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Crazy wintery snow from fall 2014
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A tree in Middleton, Idaho. So many of our trees look like this! Today, more dense fog and freezing temps. High of 27. Yellow air quality. Photo: @KTVBChar We're on the air now! Join us on @ktvb7
Snow covers a street at daybreak Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014, in south Buffalo, N.Y. Buffalo-area officials are getting help from a neighboring county in their efforts to clear roads and provide emergency services during the snowstorm that has buried sections of western New York in more than 5 feet of snow. (AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)
Pumpkins sit on porch covered in light snow in Denver early on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014. A powerful storm made up of the remnants of Typhoon Nuri moved into the intermountain West on Monday and has settled across the central part of the country, plunging temperatures below zero in some locations and dropping a light snow that has snarled traffic. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
John Smigel places an American flag next to the headstone of U.S. Army MSGT Robert W. Raiser who served in World War II at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Sheridan, Colo., on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. A powerful storm made up of the remnants of Typhoon Nuri has moved into the intermountain West, packing high winds and light snows for the region's residents to contend with during the work week. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
A jogger steps carefully across snow-covered street Wednesday morning Nov. 12, 2014 in Denver. A powerful storm made up of the remnants of Typhoon Nuri moved into the intermountain West on Monday and has settled across the central part of the country, plunging temperatures below zero in some locations and dropping a light snow that has snarled traffic. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Cole Baldock works to clear snow , Wednesday morning, Nov. 12, 2014, in Denver. A powerful storm made up of the remnants of Typhoon Nuri moved into the intermountain West on Monday and has settled across the central part of the country, plunging temperatures below zero in some locations and dropping a light snow that has snarled traffic. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
An unidentified man surveys the aftermath of an accident caused by slick roads on Interstate 84 near Bridal Veil, Ore., Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014. While earlier snow forecasts for the Portland-Vancouver area didn't appear, heavy winds combined with sleet and snow slowed traffic through the Columbia River Gorge.(AP Photo/Don Ryan)
Snow covers roses as traffic moves by along Speer Boulevard as snow falls Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014, in Denver. A powerful storm made up of the remnants of Typhoon Nuri moved into the intermountain West on Monday and has settled across the central part of the country, plunging temperatures below zero in some locations and dropping a light snow that has snarled traffic. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
A high school graduation photo of Michael Brown sits on top of a snow-covered memorial Monday, Nov. 17, 2014, more than three months after the black teen was shot and killed by a white policeman in Ferguson, Mo. The shooting sparked weeks of violent protests and Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon declaring a state of emergency today as a grand jury deliberates on whether to charge Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the death. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
A band of storm clouds moves across Lake Erie and into Buffalo, N.Y., Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014. Parts of New York measured the season's first big snowfall in feet, rather than inches, on Tuesday as 3 feet of lake-effect snow blanketed the Buffalo area and forced the closure of a 132-mile stretch of the state Thruway. (AP Photo/Gary Wiepert)
As icy cold Canadian air settled over the eastern two-thirds of the U.S. bringing snow and bitter cold, NOAA's GOES-East satellite captured this infrared view of what looks like a frozen blanket over the region. NOAA's GOES-East satellite provides visible and infrared images over the eastern U.S. and the Atlantic Ocean from its fixed orbit in space. In an infrared image taken on Nov. 18 at 12:30 UTC (7:30 a.m. EST), the cold air over the eastern and central U.S. appears to look like a blanket of white, but it's not all snow. Infrared data shows temperature, so although the eastern two-thirds of the U.S. appears to appear is if snow covers the ground, the blanket is in fact cold clouds. However, snow does lie under that blanket in the Upper Midwest, Ohio Valley, and Canada, where it will continue in those areas through Thursday, Nov. 20. To create the image, NASA/NOAA's GOES Project takes the cloud data from NOAA's GOES-East satellite and overlays it on a true-color image of land and ocean created by data from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer, or MODIS, instrument that flies aboard NASA's Aqua and Terra satellites. Together, those data created the entire picture of the storm and show its movement. After the storm system passes, the snow on the ground becomes visible. GOES satellites provide the kind of continuous monitoring necessary for intensive data analysis. Geostationary describes an orbit in which a satellite is always in the same position with respect to the rotating Earth. This allows GOES to hover continuously over one position on Earth's surface, appearing stationary. As a result, GOES provide a constant vigil for the atmospheric "triggers" for severe weather conditions such as tornadoes, flash floods, hail storms and hurricanes. Image credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project, Dennis Chesters
The scene from Transit Road, a NYSEG truck among those stuck in the #LakeEffect http://t.co/BCCGWcYChp
View of the wall of snow clouds coming into Buffalo http://t.co/rWuNL4OGEq
There is a wall of snow coming off the lake into #Buffalo. Hold your loved ones. #Snow #Weather @WKBW http://t.co/Z28bkOUb9D
Hey @JimCantore my wife is 5'7" I'd say we're at 4 feet in Lancaster, NY and still coming! http://t.co/7iUDaRpfTg
The scene from Transit Road, a NYSEG truck among those stuck in the #LakeEffect http://t.co/BCCGWcYChp
This snow doesn't scare me... 😎
NOAA's automated snow mapping system shows the snow cover across North America on November 18, 2014. 
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