I was interrupted from my yard work and had to snap a few photos. The shinny Greenbrier leaves are slowly turning yellow. The wild grape leaves are further into their slow decline. As they change, they remind me of a Jackson Pollock interpretation of Autumn. Or God's interpretation of Jackson Pollock.
The late day sun added some depth and contrast to both.
I used the Canon G10 and processed both with ACR and photoshop. The Greenbrier leaf is cropped.