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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Wednesday Vignette

For Wednesday Vignette, here are some fall colors in my oak tree. There's a lot of brown dying foliage and drying seedheads out in my garden right now. These leaves are the most colorful things out there.



Wednesday Vignette is hosted by Anna at Flutter and Hum. Check out her post here.

5 comments:

  1. So pretty, especially with the fuzzy blue in the background. We don't get much in the way of fall color down this way.

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  2. A beautiful array of color--the blue, green, and tarnished copper, with touches of black and red.

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  3. We haven't begun to color up much here in our garden. That oak is lovely.

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  4. Stunning but I still want to deny that fall is here.

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  5. Ah, oak leaves. For some reason oaks are kind of rare in our neighborhood. Lots of maples, elms, and cottonwoods.

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