Wednesday, November 02, 2016


This Autumn has not been good for brilliant foliage change. The temperature has fluctuated too much, and on the whole it's been warmer than usual. So now, when normally we'd be at the peak of color in these parts, we have bare trees, trees that are still green, trees that are a drab, pale yellow, and some brilliant color. Today I went looking for what brilliant color I could find.

A Maple seedling along the Dykeman Walking Trail
A Dykeman Spring wetland scene
Colorful Maples on the grounds of Dykeman House
Colorful Maples around the Dykeman Spring
Color at the eastern end of the upland meadow
© 2016 by A. Roy Hilbinger 

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