That’s beautiful! Amid all of our oaks (which just turn brown!) there is one maple in the woods. It is brilliant yellow and looks like it’s on fire out there!
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How beautiful! We are still pretty green here, but there is a slight touch of that orange/red/pink on our maple. Our leaves on the ground so far have come from the big old walnut. We have so many pine needles on the ground, I am thinking about raking them up and putting them in the flower beds as mulch.
came over to peep your leaves ! 🙂
Wow the colour is stunning…saturated 🙂
That is a beautiful tree. Mother Nature is an amazing artist — just look at all of the different shades and tints she has used. Wow.
Could you dig up this tree for me and ship it to Texas? I am sure it would be no bother☺♥♥
So gorgeous Judy. We’re just starting to see a little color on a few maples.
WOW! There’s nothing remotely as lovely as this in China right now. Looking forward to getting back to the UK and enjoying what’s left of autumn.
My favorite season to come to your blog….the fall foliage. I am in LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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