This is another view of the sumac plant in early fall. This example is in transition. In a short time, all the leaves in this frame will be bright, scarlet red. (As you can see, in the previous post.)
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I love the way the color and light were dancing among these leaves of autumn.
This is another shot taken while waiting to pick up my wife at her place of work. The earlier post – Fall Arrangement – was from the same shoot.
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One of the first plants to show it’s autumn colors is the sumac. The leaves turn from a deep green to a bright scarlet red.
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The beauty of Autumn leaves are hard to beat. The transition from green to red is almost complete with this bunch.
I snapped this image while tromping through some local woods on October 20th.
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The colors of autumn leaves are always a treat. This year was an exceptional year. Still, I don’t feel I got enough images. But, as we often say…there’s always next year.
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It’s autumn in Wisconsin and the leaves have turned brilliant colors. In this area, one of the most transformations is the wild sumac plant – turning from green to orange and then a deep red.
This is the tip of a wild sumac branch being illuminated by the morning sun. The photo doesn’t do it justice.
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