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PHOTOS: Fall on the Forty Acres

The campus is turning burnt orange as the fall semester comes to an end.

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The top of the Tower seen through a cluster of burnt orange leaves on a tree beside the turtle pond.
Burnt orange leaves at the turtle pond frame the Tower. Photo by Marsha Miller.
From left to right: Brown and gray serrated leaves. Photo by Marsha Miller. Students walking through burnt orange leaves on the pavement on the Main Mall. Photo by Marsha Miller. The McCombs School Family statue by Charles Umlauf, framed by rust-colored cypress trees. Photo by Marsha Miller.
Reflections of the rust-colored cypress trees in the windows of the McCombs School with a student walking.
Reflections of rust-colored cypress trees in the windows of the McCombs School. Photo by Marsha Miller.
Round, yellow fruit on a tree by the turtle pond.
Golden fruit on a tree by the turtle pond. Photo by Marsha Miller.
From left to right: Leaves in the turtle pond. Photo by Marsha Miller. The reflection of the Tower in the turtle pond. Photo by Marsha Miller.
From left to right: A tree on the east side of Goldsmith Hall. Photo by Marsha Miller. A bare tree next to the Main Building reveals berry pods and frames the crescent moon. Photo by Marsha Miller. Bright red leaves frame the arches at the Law School. Photo by Marsha Miller. A tree with yellow leaves casts shadows on the door of the biology building. Photo by Marsha Miller. The vines on Battle Hall turn burnt orange as winter approaches. Photo by Marsha Miller.
A close-up of the Tower clock and a branch of tree with golden leaves.
The gilded Tower clock and a tree with golden leaves. Photo by Marsha Miller.