"Find yourself a cup;
the teapot is behind you.
Now tell me about hundreds of things.
Autumn in North Texas is passing quickly with rainy soccer cancellations and bronchitis. The leaves have finally decide to turn; vivid & brief fall color. I miss Pennsylvania at this time each year; no piles of crunchy leaves to walk through. Most of the trees in our yard are deciduous, planted specifically for fall or winter color. Aristocrat pear, purple plum, crape myrtle, red bark japanese maple (photographed above), japanese maple. The garden is just lovely, with fading knock-out roses, fall aster & mums, flowing gaura, saturated salvia. The pear has a few red leaves, and the red bark japanese maple is unreal against the blue Texas sky.
Tell me about your fall. All of the vivid, leafy details.