The photos on this page were taken in the same place as those on the previous page; they show colourful trees either along the road or in the yards below the road. I find these lovely trees well worth capturing and savouring—they are things of great, if transient, beauty. This is only a small selection of those I took at this spot, radiant on this beautiful day.
Photo #1 shows a lovely stand of orange maples enjoying the morning sun. The trees beneath the lovely canopy are in various colours and states, with many unchanged green and others only partially changed. This is true of many of the other trees seen nearby.
Photo #2 is of a very pretty small red maple with a bit of residual darkness sitting beside the road. A fair amount of gold is visible beneath the red on the upper leaves.
Photo #3 looks at the edge of a yard where some quite colourful trees of multiple hues are found. The red tree in the centre of course first took my eye, but the yellow-orange tree to its left and the one in the lower right foreground are also quite pretty.
Photo #4 looks at a small red maple at the side of the road; this is a very young tree, but its reds are very fine. May it grow and prosper!
Photo #5 shows a very pretty golden maple tree, also of tender years, gleaming in the sun. Its beautiful golds are tinged with reds—indeed, it sports an occasional all-red leaf, such as the one at the centre of the photo. May it too flourish and thrive!
Photo #6 shows another, more mature, maple bedecked in pretty reds squeezed between two evergreen trees. Those leaves catching the full effects of the sun appear somewhat lighter in hue than those in the shade at the bottom, but the total effect is simply glorious.