Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Wildflower Wednesday-Foliage and Snow

Now that we have had our frosts, fall is progressing rapidly here in the Binghamton/Johnson City area of upstate NY.

Pleasant day today.  It reached 60 degrees today.  I hope what used to be called Indian Summer lasts until all our leaves are off the trees-if we got a serious snow now (like a lot of the Northeast did on Saturday) we will have ourselves a disaster.

Here are some neighborhood fall foliage pictures I took on Sunday.

 Here is a snow frosted hill, also on Sunday, in Vestal, NY.
Our wildflower season is over so I will switch to snow and nature pictures as I can.  On weeks that I can't...well, I'll think of something. 

I will end today's Wildflower Wednesday with a snow covered roof.  This is only the beginning.  We typically get 80-100 inches of snow a year in our area - and I hope it stays away for a long, long time.

Happy autumn!

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