Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Early Color #WordlessWednesday

It's the last day of September.

It hasn't been usual for us in the Southern Tier of New York, to have such an early turning of the trees as we are experiencing now.  Not for years.

These pictures were taken September 26 on the Vestal Rail Trail in Vestal, New York.

Black walnut.

Virginia creeper on evergreen.

And, as a bonus, blue sky against red sumac.

Today, fall is asserting itself on this, the last day of September.  It's raining.  It may get cold tonight. But tomorrow, we welcome October.

Joining Sandee at Comedy Plus for her #WordlessWednesday.


  1. ...a blue sky is always a bonus.

  2. We have been seeing fall colors starting to pop for about two weeks now. It is so beautiful and a blue sky does add to the beauty.

  3. We don't get much here in central California. Yours is very pretty and it's early indeed.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

  4. I hope that doesn't signify and early and or harsher winter than usual!

  5. The colours are lovely. They don't seem to be turning here, but I think that may be down to the early hot weather followed by a cold wet summer.

  6. The color combinations of autumn are amazing!
    Wonderful pictures!

  7. I hope that's a good thing and not a bad one. But considering this year, I wouldn't ask that out loud.

  8. Hi Girlfriend, and how are you today. Have to make this short & sweet cuz we're watching the debate tonite & I have to jump in the shower first. Sooooooooooooooooo love, love, love your autumn pics for sure! Lovliest time of the year! Our trees just started & living near Fox River we have so many trees over there it's beautiful. Thank you for sharing yours! Have a good evening, and take care of you, cuz I care for you! HUGS

  9. Great phototgraphs. Beautiful to see the blue sky against some of the early fall color.


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