It’s not unusual around here in central Ohio to find one or two brightly colored trees standing out in the midst of a bunch of green (or totally bare) trees; makes for a very interesting contrast. But after the big storm this past weekend many of those colorful trees have more leaves around them than on them.
I photographed this tree a day before the storm.
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Wow, that red. The vibrancy of autumn never fails to amaze.
It amazed me how ever single leaf was red.
This is really a stunning a red leaf tree. I have never seen this before! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you 🙂 I know it’s a maple tree but not sure what kind.
One hot tree 😉
Yes it was.
The trees are a great example of things adapting to change and it just shows the majectic beauty of the seasons changing around us.
Beautiful. Alas, all of our trees are bare now. Autumn is my favorite season but it is much too short.
And unpredictable. Thanks.
Just beautiful. I love those reds in fall!
Me too 🙂