Or raindrops. It’s all much of a muchness.
Some last pictures of the snow before it melts.
‘Tis the season for fallen leaves on water.
Autumn is nearly here; leaves are starting to fall.
I’m not absolutely sure, but I think the tree with these leaves is a catalpa of some kind. At any rate, it’s sending up some new leafy growth at the moment, and they’re surprisingly brown compared to the older leaves. The opposite route from that most leaves follow.
This is a photo from a couple of weeks ago when one of the maples in the front yard was just putting out new leaves. I was startled by how much the pairs with the sheathes looked like little birds, all alert and ready to fly.
The red reed-like things are in planter boxes by a residential development—I was struck by the colour combinations that had obviously be carefully chosen for winter foliage. Continue reading “More reedy things”