23. May 2013 Colours of a Rural Autumn Winter is almost here. Even though amber leaves float to the ground and wood smoke tinges the night air, the sun stays resolute. It isn’t June yet. tagPlaceholderTags: Write a comment Comments: 5 #1 lily malone (Friday, 24 May 2013 23:04) Stunning pics as always Alissa. Especially love the Camellias. They are very Adelaide Hills to me. I don't see them here in SW West Oz. Not yet anyway. Lily M #2 Alissa (Sunday, 26 May 2013 20:42) Hi Lily, thanks so much for stopping by:) Enjoy your SW Autumn and hope you find some camellias soon. #3 Do My Essay For Me (Thursday, 09 March 2017 05:19) There is too the gorgeous illustrate that leaves give us as they initiate to turn from green to yellow and orange and maroon our Beech has positively given us a full color controls this time around. #4 Custom Essay Services (Saturday, 08 April 2017 00:54) Is there a place I can discover wild blossoms that has yellow shading in USA in harvest time? The wild bloom ideally can cover a major zone. I will truly acknowledge on the off chance that you can likewise post a photo for that territory. #5 Essay Writing Service (Wednesday, 29 November 2017 00:47) Enjoy your SW Autumn and expectation you discover a few camellias soon. Is there a place I can find wild blooms that have yellow shading in the USA in gather time? The wild sprout preferably can cover a noteworthy zone. I will genuinely recognize if you can in like manner post a photograph for that region.