While we haven’t come near peak conditions for fall foliage here yet, I have seen some trees – especially maples – begin to change. Maples and ginko trees are my favorites for fall colors because their leaves turn such beautiful and vibrant yellows, reds and oranges. Here are a few images from past falls; I hope to be ambulatory enough to get out there very soon to capture this years signs.
Hope your weekend is colorful…
I stopped looking for “prime foliage” years ago. The color comes in waves. As one round of trees goes bare, others are still green and yet others, as you demonstrate, are fully ablaze in glory. Enjoy every moment and shift in the light!
I am stalking one area that I want to shoot but I better not wait too long…as you say things come in waves and it could be a here today and gone tomorrow.
And then there’s always next year? I’ve been waiting several years to recapture a moment I experienced on Dover’s Community Trail, but the foliage and light still have to come together to re-create that glowing tunnel of yellow foliage.
We stalk therefore we are photographers 🙂
Beautiful changing leaves. Trees around here change to yellow on their way to brown — there are only a few vines that give a splash of red here and there.
We are fortunate then to have the many colors but you had the colorful balloons 😉
Truly beautiful, Teri..yup..it’s coming..
Thank you. Do the leaves change colors there?
Yes, but not usually bit later like in mid November.it is still green now..I am in Minneapolis at this moment and I saw the leaves already turn to yellow and orange now..so beautiful!
OMG! You’re in the midwest here! Too bad you aren’t in Ohio 🙂
Those are some lovely colors there. It must be beautiful. Cheers!
It’s getting there. It’s just so beautiful to see a row of orange or this bright red in the middle of green.
Visited Ohio last weekend. The display was magnificent. Looking forward to seeing fall through your eyes again this year.
Providing I improve enough to get out there and shoot it. HEY! You were here in Ohio and didn’t say hello? 😦
I didn’t know you were anywhere near where I was. Cleveland (that’s where I was born).
You were two hours away. I’m in OSU land.
Beautiful shots… I need to find out what is keeping you in. I need to scroll back.
I feel horribly that I could not meet up with you this past summer. Adding on the sunroom was a bit challenging and it ate up a lot of my time.
I hope to see some fall foliage tomorrow as we head to Jerome, AZ.