Sunday, January 8, 2012

A Tree In Its Florida Winter Dress



In Avalon Park

Central Florida is mostly sunny with blue sky, warm temperatures and lush landscape, and I am told too often how sad it is that we don't have the colorful fall season.




sprinkle the color

And yes, it is true we do not have the spreading orange/red forests, but we do have winter color, it just comes in sprinkles.

golden tree

Little goes a long way, and one tree in its glorious winter dress really does stand out :-)

Here are some snapshots taken on a Sunday afternoon in Avalon Park, Orlando Florida:

Sandhill Crane family














silver twigs



leaves in sunshine

9 comments:

  1. wunderschöne winterfarben ganz toll

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  2. Danke, ich freu mich auch ueber jedes rote und gelbe Blatt das in der Sonne leuchtet :)

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  3. You're right! We do have fall/winter foliage; you just have to look for it. You really captured some great images!

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  4. thanks Kate, glad you like the pics :)

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  5. Nice photos! Our "fall" color here happens in February! hee-hee!

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  6. Love your pics of AP! Thank you for all you do!

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  7. thanks girls, for your nice comments. sure makes my day to see you visited my blog :-D

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  8. I understand completely what you mean by the fall colors coming in sprinkles. Even here in Texas sometimes we really have to look for it. Love the way you showed fall color in Florida!

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  9. lol, yes, Fall color in January ;-) but that is when the cold snaps start and the colors change. Better late than never.

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