Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Thansgiving Colors

This is what Autumn looks like on my street.  We celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving on the weekend, and took a break from cooking our turkey and preparing the rest of the fixings to take a set of photos of the Fall colors.  The photo, above, is the trees across the street from our house.  The photo below is of the trees on our side of the street.

The photo below, from in front of a neighbor's house, is something (apparently) called a "Burning Bush", which changes from green to a bright cherry red in the Fall.


JDsivraj said...

I"m in Southern New Hampshire in the U.S. and I always like fall for it's riot of colors. Thanksgiving here in the my state is a little too late most of the red and orange gives way to brown by the time the holiday rolls about.

Roger G-S said...

Surely, Canadian Thanksgiving has "colours" ;)