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.

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  • #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.

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    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.

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