Colours of a Rural Autumn 23. May 2013 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: 4 #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.