I'm a sucker for autumn leaves. I can rarely pass up an opportunity to point my camera at the ground and snap a photo of the random collage of colors they create as they fall off the tree. This particular set is at Waverly Park in Albany, Oregon, spotted in passing while geocaching with my son. It's a particularly vivid and diverse set of leaves and colors; most of the shots I take -- like the one below, also taken at Waverly Park -- are more monochromatic. It's a nice change. Just don't ask me which I like better!