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I love the backlit leaves. It really brings out their beautiful orange and yellow colours.
This kind of sight is a gift from nature, I agree.
Allover now. A bit sad.
That’s the benefit of a picture – that we can enjoy it a moment or two longer. This tree is a bit inconsistent – some autumns it is brilliantly colourful, like this, but last year it wasn’t all that spectacular (unless we somehow missed it). It’s some form of maple.
How lovely! You’re a great nature photographer. Ansell Adams, look out!
I think his reputation is safe 🙂
Is that sugar maple? The leaves look too flat to be Norway maple.
We are pretty sure it’s a particularly beautiful sugar maple seedling.
So very beautiful!
This is the leaf equivalent of precious metal.
Spectacular! I think last year it was just saving up for this year. What a beauty, both the tree and the photo.
Seems it’s decided to splurge this year! I read that an unusual season with a late frost has led to British Braeburn apples being twice as big as usual. It had the title ‘Core blimey!’ which you may need to be British to fully understand. (= An expression of surprise).
I know “core blimey” because I read it in Pogo. I owe a great deal of my education to that little possum.
It’s so beautiful 😍😍
I’m glad you like it too.
Gorgeous colours and a beautiful photo 🙂
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