DAVE BRUNER: Photo Gallery — Fall Colors
“The Harvest Moon and Fall Foliage”: Took this image Friday morning just as the moon was setting in the west and just before the sun rose from the east. Had beautiful fall colors and some clouds in the sky to complete this landscape.
Green and turning yellow ground vines along the Red River just turning fall colors.
The beginning of fall colors.
Blue sky reflections in the Red River.
A carpet of vines and early morning sun.
Fall colors along the Red River.
Red Carpet morning.
Sunrise on the Red River.
Peaceful morning on the Red River.
Pembina (Gorgeous) Gorge with the Pembina River in full fall colors.
A late evening image at the river bend.
Along the Red River bank.
An old tree still standing along the Red River.
The largest known American Elm tree in North Dakota, located in Lisbon.
A couple of Canada geese reflecting in the calm waters surrounded by fall colors. Fog was also rising off the water in this early morning image.
Another peaceful sunrise along the Red River.
“Fall Colors Collage”: The morning sunrise had just hit the tops of the trees on the opposite bank in this image. The interesting and colorful vines over this log made a nice foreground.
“Fall Morning Glory”: The Harvest Moon was setting in the early morning light as I set up to photograph the fall colors and the two geese in the the water. The early sun lit up the clouds in it’s pink glow, which made for a colorful fall scene.
“Fall Scene Along the Banks of the The Red River”: I liked this scene showing this path covered in the fall leaves, and the trees along the Red River in full color.
“Pembina Gorge Sunset”: I took a wide shot of the Pembina Gorge with the river winding around the colorful fall trees foliage.
“Around the River Bend”: Shot this scene several different days in the evenings and mornings, but this particular morning sunrise image had the best clouds scattered in the sky and reflecting in the Red River.
Grand Forks photographer Dave Bruner has been out for several days this fall photographing the fall colors in our area. Here are some of the spectacular images he’s captured.