One tree in our backyard (actually it's in the back corner of our neighbour's yard), remained green after all other trees in the area had lost their leaves.
The Last Green Tree.
A Faint Shade of Yellow?
Definitely Turning Yellow
Yellow Leaves Mostly Gone in one day of Wind.
Wow, how all things change in a flash. There is snow in the South Island down here, roads closed, power out,and it looks wonderful, just as your snow does too.ReplyDelete
Nice progression pictures! I love them as a marker, and I look forward to watching them bud out and bloom in the spring! :-)ReplyDelete
Photos worth taking this fall. DJan's idea of using that tree as a marker toward spring blossoms - yes please.ReplyDelete
Lovely tree story. And I'm sure it will repeat itself in the spring. Can't wait!ReplyDelete
Nice progression...but chilly:)ReplyDelete
Nice storyline but with an unwelcome twist at the end!ReplyDelete
Amazing how quickly they transisition.ReplyDelete
That was fun.ReplyDelete
Nice photographs of the seasonal changes.ReplyDelete
Love your progressive photography ♥ReplyDelete
Quite a difference!ReplyDelete
Nice sequence of tree photos. Different trees shed at different times I guess. We have a Basswood that doesn't leaf out until early June but hangs on it's leaves until mid November when it dumps them all into one big pile beneath the tree. We still have some golden Oak leaves on one of our front yard trees.ReplyDelete
Excellent documentation of the changing color and leaf fall. That tree is probably a Norway maple, but I can't tell from the photos. Norway maple leaves somewhat resemble those of sugar maple, but the sap in the petioles is milky white. Down here Norway maple is one of the last trees to change color in the fall while sugar maple is one of the first.ReplyDelete
A very nice set of pictures watching the tree change.ReplyDelete
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