I actually wandered through the yard and a little further afield in search of colourful leaves. On a lot of trees, the leaves are gone, but these tulip tree leaves were among the interesting ones I came up with. We have managed to grow two tulip saplings a fair distance north of their normal range in Ontario, and they turn a bright yellow in the fall.
One of the thing I like best is a close- up look at the veins in the leaves, which become visible as all the green disappears, and the veins become apparent. This leaf showed the pattern off well.
After my frequent posts over the summer, I think it's going to challenge my creative brain to keep coming up with new photos in the fall and winter, but at least it will be an interesting challenge! See you soon.