Tuesday, November 21, 2006

More Fall Colors

THIS HAS BEEN one of the longest fall color seasons that I can remember: what was predicted to be a poor color showing was surprisingly reversed and extended by rain and mild weather. The leaves on the tallest trees have now either fallen, or in the case of some oaks, just turned brown, while the leaves on the understory trees are now mainly a yellowish green. After having spent the last two days raking leaves, I thought that I might offer these photos:


The following photos were taken on All Saint's Eve:























The following were taken on November 9th:












The following photos were taken on November 13th:









November 17th:











But this wisteria still hadn't changed color as of yesterday

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