Show us your best for fall photo contest

This fall has been particularly lovely. Fall colors are everywhere. The trees are really putting on a show.

We love all those colors, so we asked you all to share your best photos with us. So far, you’ve responded fabulously. But we know there are more photos out there, and the colors keep changing, offering even more photo ops.

Submit your photo to our Fall Scenes category in our reader galleries. Mention the contest in your caption. We’ll select a number of the images and let you vote on them. The photos that get the most votes will be published in the print edition of The Herald.

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