Here in California we usually have fall color a little later than most of the country.
On Wednesday I made a quick afternoon trip to the library to pick up a book that had come in for me. I just had to take a picture of the red leaves on one of the trees in the parking lot. You can also see a beautiful tree with yellow leaves in the background.
Across the street from the library are a row of trees that always have nice yellow leaves in the late fall. They have still not fully turned, but I do like the variation of color in the picture.
After my Thanksgiving feast and a nap yesterday I took a walk around the nearby park.
I like the color of both the leaves on the trees and the palm trees that are lit up by the setting sun.
You can also see the moon in the sky.
This tree with red leaves is really lit up by the sun and is ablaze with color. The moon makes an appearance in this picture as well.
You don’t often think of roses when you think of fall color, but here in California we have roses blooming almost year round and this one caught my eye while I was walking. Definitely a nice spot of fall color.
I hope you enjoyed this late fall color.
On Friday, November 27, 2020, Braman’s Wanderings wrote:
> vanbraman posted: “Here in California we usually have fall color a little > later than most of the country. On Wednesday I made a quick afternoon trip > to the library to pick up a book that had come in for me. I just had to > take a picture of the red leaves on one of the tre” >