Change of Seasons

Evidence for the change of seasons is everywhere. One cannot escape it — and why would I want to? All those luscious yellows, browns and oranges with lingering tinges of green, oh my! Those colors are just one reason why Fall is my favorite season.

There happens to be a nice row of ginkgo trees in front of my building. Today I took the time to capture a few shots of the leaves. Here, just a few (click on image to enlarge)

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and then some clusters on a grid of moss

12-03-15 ginkgo 2

and finally big piles of them

 

12-03-15 ginkgo 3

and close up.

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My favorite leaf during my favorite season. What are your favorites?

15 replies
  1. Sherry Boram
    Sherry Boram says:

    Luscious photos, Franki. And I enjoyed your entry about your drawing group. Seems like you are finding good life in Portland!

  2. 379christy
    379christy says:

    That last image — the close up — is a piece of art. I hope you get it printed and framed. I have already developed quite a wonderful collection of fond memories of those exact trees on that sidewalk and in that gutter. Thanks for sharing and reminding me.

  3. your niece Franki
    your niece Franki says:

    So blessed that you have landed in the right spot for this time in your life. Ginkgo trees there to confirm and welcome you! love you; thanks for the beautiful images to go with the thoughts.

    • Franki Kohler
      Franki Kohler says:

      The trees did feel like a receiving line to me — so friendly. And like so many groups of trees I witnessed, these trees have been turning colors and dropping leaves at very different rates. Nature has her own schedule.

  4. Dale Robards
    Dale Robards says:

    Wonderful pictures. I think of you every times I see the ginkgo trees along our street. You will discover they are all over Portland, as are various maples. Fall here is a riot of color.

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