"Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods,
And day by day the dead leaves fall and melt." — William Allingham (Autumnal Sonnet)
It's true - the dead leaves of autumn fall and melt - but it's not as grim as it sounds because deciduous trees are actually absorbing the green chlorophyll from those leaves allowing for the beautiful displays of yellow and red pigments that thrill our eyes and souls.
So, as it looks more and more like November, I want to share with NEWSVINERS, some additional images of fall in Pennsylvania.
Please remember to respect my copyrights by not copying, transmitting or creating derivatives from my images, but please bring a friend or two to see the colors of fall.