November 12January 19 Donna L. Long Golden Autumn Collage Here is a collection of autumn photos in shades of yellow and gold. Golden Redbud leaves in autumn. golden autumn leaf Yellow Birch tree leaves (Betula neoalaskana) in autumn. KANUTI NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE – public domain Fall Trees trunks and Golden Leaves. Photo by Donna L. Long. A female sweat bee (females have red abdomen’s) at work in a blossom of sunflower (Helianthus spp.) in the early autumn sun. Photo by Donna L. Long. leaves losing heir color as autumn begins. Photo by Donna L. Long. Hickory tree leaves in autumn – Nhlord [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)] vibrant autumn colors of local trees. Photo by Donna L. Long banner of vivid autumn leaves. Photo by Donna L. Long.Photo by Donna L. Long. Save and share.PrintEmail Related
Your blog looks beautiful! I write a blog about urban wildlife, mainly in New York City. You commented on it once upon a time, when I wrote about my visit to Philadelphia. I am just getting to the point of exchanging links with others. Would you like to do that? Just let me know if you do. I would be thrilled to link to your lovely pages. Best regards, Julie
I love your blog. You have serious insect knowledge. Your blog will be added to In Season’s blogroll. It is a great resource for naturalists.
I just posted a link to In Season on Urban Wildlife Guide. Thanks! Julie
Wow! This is gorgeous! I wish I could see these–the alders around here just sort of turn pale and flop off the trees. 🙂
Sounds like a bucket list item. And I want to see Olympic National Forest.
Brilliant! Gold is the predominant color in my little patch of the world. Maples & ash mostly. But even the red maple, after showing some red on its leaf edges, goes all yellow.
I know many leaves have both red and yellow pigments. Perhaps, the maples are just trying to fit in.
Donna this is a lovely collage of golden fall…