Soon I will be seeing fallen withered leaves on the ground. I like it best when they turn somewhat orange and scattered everywhere. Sometimes I see the leaves being piled up and when the rain comes they’ll be flat on the ground until they disappear. Yesterday, I saw some leaves of the trees have already turned to yellow. Even though I am looking through the window everyday, I could not recall the last time they were still green. I was stunned and said to hubby, “Look! The leaves are yellow now.”, as if it was the first time I saw leaves change the color.
I bet this tree will be bald in a couple of weeks. But before that, I wish to see a single leaf left on it. It can’t be easy cos they normally fall altogether but who knows, I might get lucky to see one.
Paul/ Entertainment tonight says
Kainggit naman, kasi dito ay walang fall season.
Aw! Mabuti na rin yung wala, kasi malamig lang kapag meron.
I have always loved the warm colors of Autumn. In few weeks time, winter na naman pala dyan. Enjoy the weather before it gets cold. 🙂
Oo nga, eh. Kapag ganitong malamig na, iniisip ko na lang ang kantang, “I will survive”, hahaa!
Andy @ top 10 christmas presents says
I’m also a bit excited to see the changes. I hope you also post that pic. Although color change in leaves occurs wherever deciduous trees are found, colored autumn foliage is most famously noted in three regions of the world: most of Canada and the United States, Eastern Asia (including China, Korea, and Japan), and Europe. Eastern Canada and the New England region of the United States are famous for the brilliance of their autumnal foliage, and this attracts major tourism (worth billions of US$) for the regions.
You’re so familiar with the leaves’ changing color, thank you for sharing your knowledge about it. I always wait for this season each year cos I love the colors of the leaves.
life ramblings says
the fall colours are absolutely gorgeous, they never fail to amaze me.