This next batch of photos comes from late fall, but not the end of fall. As you’ll see in later photos, this period of the season still had plenty of color left in it.
The middle of fall was marked with bright yellows and plenty of greens, from still healthy lawns, stubborn-to-change leaves and knotty vines. But, closer to the end of the season the greens disappeared, replaced by yellows and reds, while the old yellows turned brown.
At the same time, the leaves on the ground, which once looked waxy and pliable, had browned and shriveled and dried.
So, enjoy the photos. My next batch will come from the very end of the season, when most of the colors were gone.