Friday, December 11, 2009

A tree changes colors


It ain't Vermont, but we do get a bit of color on some trees in north central Florida as winter approaches!

13 comments:

brattcat said...

It's beautiful, Jacob. How I wish I could turn back the clock and have Vermont look like this in December. Unfortunately the clock hands are frozen at the moment and I am, too. Lucky for you to have this sample of autumnal beauty and not freeze your tootsies off.

Small City Scenes said...

Very pastoral. lovely scene. MB

joo said...

Here they lost leaves and everything is waiting for snow:)

cieldequimper said...

A little bit of snow maybe? :-) Beautiful colours, this one still has to grow a bit, you'll have to show it again when it's an adult! ;-)

Cezar and Léia said...

It's wonderful!It's so nice to see colours so beautiful, here the colours of the tree have faded! :(
And now...I want to see white snow! :)
Today..."almost"!
Hugs
Léia

Tricia said...

Oh yes, a New England Autumn, indeed! NOT! heheheee Just Jokin Jacob - JJJ

Cindy said...

Hi Jacob. It's beautiful. That's a nice scene with the other trees in the background. Makes all the colors stand out. It doesn't look like a Maple tree. Maybe it's a Tallow Tree. Well, whatever it is it's nice to see here in Florida.

Have a great weekend,
Cindy

Asta said...

Hi Jacob,

It looks very pretty. Beautiful colours. Reminds me of autumn that was here, not so long ago-:)
Maybe you'll also end up with a bit of snow-:)

Have a wonderful weekend!

Best regards
Asta

JM said...

Really nice shades on the same tree! That read leaf is the cherry on top of the cake.

Jacob said...

@ Asta - Snow? Heh, heh. I suppose it could happen as we do get temps in the 30s (F) at night on rare occasions. Right now, though, it is 70 degrees and a bit cloudy.

I've never heard of snow in Ocala, however.

Chris said...

Beautiful shots Jacob... What you still do have leaves on the trees? Incredible!!!

Rose said...

Even a little bit of color is better than none!

Lisa Wilson said...

Autumn at Christmastime!