To Everything There is a Season


The one maple tree on my street has begun to change color and drop its leaves. The elms, crape myrtles, magnolias and others remain stubbornly green — for now.

7 Responses to To Everything There is a Season

  1. krisz says:

    lovely autumn image!
    over here the trees are still lush green. hopefully in few weeks i get to photograph the nice colours as well

  2. Anne says:

    I love fall because of the very rich colors it brings 🙂

  3. Sarah B says:

    So pretty! I love fall…unfortunately here in south Texas, leaves don’t change until December.

  4. Olivier says:

    Les couleurs de l’automne, un plaisir pour les photographes. Bravo belle photo avec de tres belles couleurs

  5. Annie says:

    Don’t you love stubborn trees this time of year?! Summertime in the upper midwest seems like heaven. Yes, yes, I know, Fall is beautiful – but so sad when you know it marks the coming of a long winter.

  6. Kate says:

    I was a little startled to see the biblical quote with your photo, but it is SO appropriate. The trees here this year were not as brillant as in the past; has something to do with moisture, I’ve been told.

  7. mariemcc says:

    Kris, it’s mostly still green here. Only occasionally do you see something like this one.

    Anne, especially certain maple trees which turn red.

    Sarah, I used to live in California where there are only fall colors in the Sierra Nevada. Too warm everywhere else.

    Olivier, merci pour la visite.

    Annie, fortunately, winter doesn’t last forever.

    Kate, I was thinking more in terms of the 1965 song by The Byrds (Turn, Turn, Turn). I knew the line in the song was a quote, I just didn’t know from where. I’m a heathen!

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