Thursday, October 12, 2017

True Colors - Thursday Tree Love

Oh trees, it is time to show your true colors.
Otsiningo Park, Binghamton, New York, October 9
The green fades, as the tree shuts off food to its leaves, and the leaves' true colors are revealed.
Westover, near Johnson City, New York October 10
Glow, tree, in the sunset of upstate New York.

It's your time to shine.

Will you love a tree today?  Our fall color turning is suddenly accelerating, as if the season is trying to catch up with itself.

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  1. I was going to take a pic of the Rivers birch, but then the storms hit and all the leaves are on the ground.

  2. We have colour! After a couple of snowstorms that turned my (should-be-turning-brilliant-red) vines into cooked spinach, the hardier trees are suffused with yellow and gold. Yay! We didn't totally miss out!

  3. This is my favorite time of year. I love when the colors of the trees brighten up my neighborhood. With the weather being so warm , I hope all the leaves aren't on the ground before they change color.

  4. I love trees all year sound, but they turn especially lovely when they don their autumn coats.

  5. This time too the trees are gorgeous.

  6. The tree shuts down the food supply to the leaves and they suffer no harm. The leaves look so colourful and pretty.

  7. Love those shades, Alana. Thank you for joining. Thursday Tree Love is now on every 2nd and 4th Thursday of a month. Thank you for joining!


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