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Sunday, 23 October 2016
Two weeks makes a huge difference in the life of deciduous trees this time of year.
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There's been a sudden transformation here too, it's really looking autumnal today.
Good time change shot. Photography helps us see the truth.
The sort of sport I most enjoy. It is almost magical to watch isn't it?
It is such a rapid change, it's as if it happens over night.
It reflects the truth for sure, Tabor.
It is one of the great natural wonders I think, EC...with a bit of magic thrown in.
Wanted to see some of the late tress in the park, but with all of the rain and wind they are all but done already. :(
This is my favorite time of the year, beautiful and serene. :-)
That is indeed incredible!! A visual feast that happen so fast.
GORGEOUS! So jealous, but not in a bad way. :)
There won't be much left of ours this week after the storm yesterday, AC. There is such a small window of opportunity, isn't here?
It is lovely. So much going on under the surface obviously, hey Jan?
If you blink, you miss it, Angela.
Wish you could see it in person, SW.
It was amazing to watch over the two weeks, Barbara.
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