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How pretty! And green even with the fall colors coming. Les, Texas is brown from the air. When we flew to FL last week, the ground was actually brown all over. It's just awful. Sigh.
Softly muted colors of fall. Will they be red or orange later in the month? We've had an odd autumn this year. Colors duller. Rains and winds taking leaves off the trees before they even turned color. I may be writing about this soon.
What a lovely neighborhood. I can see fall in the air.
Pretty! You have some fall color!! We're still very green, apart from a few red leaves on the Chinese tallow tree.
Kay - We still have A LOT of green, but it won't be long before all the lawns go dormant and the trees are bare.Nan - We get some reds and oranges, but not like the East Coast. Our fall colors tend to be softer... more yellows and golds. We haven't had rain in weeks, but the winds have really picked up this week, so we're seeing a lot of leaves on the ground.Kathy - We are very lucky to live in such a nice neighborhood. It's very "Norman Rockwell."Nancy - We do! We're supposed to get storms this weekend, so we'll see a lot more leaves on the ground, but hopefully, some of the trees will still have their leaves as they turn. I love all the sugar maples in our community and can't wait to see them in full color!Kailana - Thank you!
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