Wednesday, November 6

Autumn - Click on the album for larger version




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  1. Great photos Sue.
    I've got two acers, same variety, one has turned brilliant red and is shedding leaves the other is still green. Aspect makes a huge difference!

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    1. These were all taken on the plot, Jessica, must take some in the garden! Axers do have beautiful autumn colour

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  2. The leaves are definitely all changing now. It won't be long before the trees are bare again.

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  3. colorful leaves, autumn color. In tropics there are some trees that turn their leaves color during the dry season, and then fall. I think its look like autumn in the sub tropics

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    1. Probably for the same reasons, Endah

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  4. Beautiful colours for a beautiful season. It's November and I have just ventured into the greenhouse to take up the tomatoes plants and found that my tomatoes are actually now ready to eat! This certainly was a late gardening year. x

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    1. The tomatoes have dragged their heels this year have't they, Chel?

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  5. Stunning pictures Sue. Am I seeing a blueberry leaf in there? They are some of my favourites - such nice plants, wonderful fruit and then the most beautiful autumn colour.

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    1. You are CJ - two in fact - one that looks a bit like a tongue and the one after that.

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  6. You've captured the colours of autumn wonderfully well, Sue. These photos will be a wonderful reminder when the branches are all bare. Gotta love those deciduous trees!

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    1. When the trees are bare you can really enjoy the shapes can't you, Caro?

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    1. Pity that they have to turn wet and mushy Nadezda

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  8. Great colours. It would be difficult to reproduce them with a paintbox!

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    1. It certainly would L. Thanks for commenting.

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  9. Some fantastic colours and shapes there Sue, I always forget that there is a lot of purple in autumn too. xxxx

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    1. It's amazing how varied autumn colours are, Snowbird.

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  10. Such a beautiful colour combination! Awesome!

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    1. Nature is a good designer Malar

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