I love the colour of these trees. I wanted one in my back garden but the grow to big for the area I wanted it to go.Ly.These photos highlight the vibrancy of the leaves wonderful
Beautiful colors. I too want one for my yard, I have a small yard--so it'll do just nicely.
Nice color. We have one out front that makes me want to eat a big delicious piece of red velvet cake in the fall :)
My favorite tree ever.The shape of the leaves, the colors. gorgeous!
I think that our Japanese Maple is my favorite tree. They are so beautiful. You've captured the beauty so well!Was the concert last night? How was it?
the childrens program was so much fun cameras flashing ~ not one crying kid ...lots of joy glad it is over woo hoo!
love these colors...and miss them so much already as "white" has taken over here....granted, many shades of white, but still not as pretty as these.....
I really enjoyed this series of leaves photos as well as its beautiful red colour!
the red is that beautiful red that i love to see when it is painted on a front door... welcoming, happy, cheerful.
Love the color!In the summer months, I indulge in a hobby called Flower Pounding or Petal Pounding. It involves using masking tape to secure the flower, leaf, etc to a piece of fabric, turning the fabric over and pounding. The Japanese maple is my most favorite of all things to "pound"! You should try it!~jane
i love red maple trees. i love redthe leaves on my red maple have all turned cripsy but still hanging on.
Our japanese maples are always the most beautiful of our fall trees, one variety stays green then turns orange and red .Nice pics!I see you have added me to your list of woman photographers!thanks Jean
very pretty... and i like those stars below too. very nice. oh and the chain link fence... and the one with the dog; both of them in fact. :-)
I repeat what everyone else has said - love, love, love the color! Today we have fog and snow - and a company Christmas party tonight.
How is it you can inspire me and yet bring me peace and sweet memories all on the same page of pictures. Hmmm, nature is the best canvas, the toys of children are the inspiration of the future, Sam the ever sweet muse of serenity and the hint of holidays to come - what more could there be? Oh I have no doubt your will find it!
I just love those reds.and now I want red velvet cake too, LOL.I think we have a storm blowing in so it may be very breezy!
Red no gray in today's post.As always, beautiful.
I had one of these in my front yard growing up, have always loved the vibrant colors.Have a great weekend!
Amazing... what beautiful red.
Beautiful, especially that last shot. The colors are so vivid too. :)
What a wonderful tree you have here. In MO we had one just like it and we loved it. Wish I could of brought it with me when we moved to IL.Peace to you!Angelica
There is nothing like maple trees. Such gorgeous images you captured.
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