November in Indiana is the beginning of what we call "stick" season. It's that time of year after all of the leaves have fallen and the trees are bare, but too early for much of a snowfall. Photographically, it can be a tough time if you're looking for an interesting subject. Sometimes, though, there are exceptions.
This month's wallpaper is one of those. My next door neighbors have a couple of trees in their yard that don't begin to change color until mid- to late November. They're a vibrant punctuation to the end of the fall season and a burst of color in the middle of a lot of dull gray. I love the density of the color here, warmed by the late November sun dipping low in the sky. I hope you do, too.
Click on the image above to get a 2560 x 1600px image for your own burst of color in drab November.