Friday, November 6, 2015

Signs of a Warm Autumn Week

 
the burning bush (heh heh heh, I said "bush"; and I don't mean JEB!)

 
a black walnut tree

a maple tree

burning bush berries; the birds LOVE these

the bradford pear turning red-orange

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  1. What lovely colours! Is pink the best colour for a bush, though? Doesn't a bush have to be dark so that critters can hide in it?

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  2. Wow, you still have great color. Nice pics!

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    1. thanks, dear! those trees are now 1/2 naked, having dropped their leaves this week.

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  3. I'm fascinated with burning bushes (dear Gawd, I never thought I'd hear myself saying that). I'm talking BUSH bushes - - not Jeb Bushes or twat bushes.
    I tried to grow one when I lived in Texas but it died from the heat.

    ...talk about burning.....

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    1. if you were fascinated with twat bushes...I'd worry about you.

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    1. thanks! hope you and abby are healing nicely.

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    1. I post there for people who do not get to see autumn color, like you and spo.

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  6. Beautiful colors! We're having very warm weather, too, on this side of the Atlantic.

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    1. thanks, walt! it has been quite warm this past week.

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  7. Despite the apprehension I always feel when Autumn come round (never knowing just WHAT might lie ahead) for sheer visual beauty it really takes some beating - as your breathtakingly variegated scenes show.

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  8. Simply beautiful!

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  9. A lot of leaves hanging on late this year.

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    1. yeah, although it seems 1/2 of them dropped off the trees this week.

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  10. Rain is taking care of them all in Atlanta this weekend.

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    1. the rain we had here, combined with the up-n-down temps, caused most of my drop-off. glad I took these pix when I did!

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  11. You have no idea how much I enjoy watching leaves in the Autumn...
    It's wonderful, really. Call me "leaves watcher" or something, I don't mind.

    Those photos are so pretty! ^_^

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    1. the term is "leaf peeper". sounds a bit kinky. crunching thru autumn leaves is fun!

      my camera is a nikon coolpix 4600. it DOES take nice pix!

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