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A beautiful post, both the image and the words. Gives a real feel of autumn (my favourite season).
What a beautiful color. Is it perhaps a birch tree? I know nothing of the trees in New England but the color reminds me of aspen trees which adorn the mountaintops of the West and I believe aspens are a member of the birch family.
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I think it's a walnut tree. It's in our neighbor's yard, and I'd go out and check, but the winds and rain are raging. Anyone else out there have an idea?
Lemony-y-y-y. So very pretty.Beginnings and ends. We are being reminded of the season change here in the midwest. Gusts of wind stand the hair on end—a truly frightful sight.
I could lie back here for hours and watch the gentle sway. Little bit o' dreamland.
Don't you love the light when you are under yellow leaves?
Lovely..but I'm a fan of screaming fall winds and violently whirling leaves, too.
It looks like stained glass.
Love trees!Great photo!
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