This color palette is derived from ledges in Wells, Vermont. Fall is just beginning and the deep summer greens are turning into yellows and oranges as the days continue to shorten. The less light that the trees receive, the more photosynthesis slows down the production of Chlorophyll. This is the time of year when animals begin collecting food for winter, plants are storing food, and smaller animals are preparing dens for hibernation. It’s a time of great change, and it is accompanied by beautiful landscapes.