August 11, 2009

Huh?

Do you see that?



What is going on???




The Liquid Ambers are already turning!
Don't they know that we don "do" fall
until December?!
Is is beginning to look like fall where you are?


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20 comments:

  1. I was surprised too! I saw the reds at the Japanese Garden last week!

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  2. I like it! I like it! Please, please, can we have an early fall?

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  3. No leaves changing yet in my neck of the woods, but I'm ready for the fall cooler weather!

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  4. Well do you want the truth?? In Northern Indiana where I live my burning bush is turning and some of my flowers are acting like the end of season is looming! The burning bush really shocked me yesterday! We'll just have to see, but here we have had some really cool nights this summer. Lori

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  5. I really like the change of colors--love that red! (But I'm not quite ready for the change of season yet.)

    *sigh* Acorns are dropping here already though.

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  6. If it's been unseasonably dry by you, it could just be drought stress on the tree. When they don't get enough water, they tend to turn color early.

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  7. How lovely. I haven't experience autumn yet.

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  8. Wow, that would be nice to get out of some of this heat. I refuse to be fooled in to a false sense of fall but ..... maybe. Love the post, thanks for sharing.
    Maryrose

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  9. I love the change of colours in the fall. Red is my favorite colour then

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  10. Wow! I noticed yesterday, that a tree had fallen leaves (a bunch of them) underneath it, but they were still green! It smells like fall in the morning. In my neck of the woods, that means that on foggy, cool, mornings, it smells like wet corn!

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  11. We have some like this in the UK too :-(

    We haven't even had much sunshine yet!

    Rose XXX

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  12. Fall is one of my favorite times of the yet. But I am not ready for it yet. Loved your post.

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  13. A couple of cooler days and nature gets the signal that it is fall.

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  14. We have some trees that are beginning to drop leaves. We have had an extraordinarily dry summer and the trees are stressed. Your photos are lovely. I hope you are having a great day.

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  15. Wow, I'm feeling a little jealous right about now! Here in the Desert
    Southwest we won't be seeing anything like that for a long time yet.....and I am so ready for it! As if to hurry the process along I've even put up a "counter" on my blog that counts down the days until autumn! Like that will help. lol

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  16. I was actually raking some leaves the other day.....Oh my gosh, we've only started to get warm temps now....what is goin on!!

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  17. We've been seeing random leaves changing colors. Although fall is my absolute favorite time of year with its glorious burst of colors, I'm still enjoying the sunshine!

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  18. Oh dear. I don't believe I'm ready to give up the nice weather yet. But, I'm sure it won't wait for me. Have a great "rest of the week".

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  19. WOW! We do fall soon but I haven't noticed it yet! We have a lot of rain lately so it may be put off. BUT OC having fall now!!! Wild!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  20. We have alot of leaves down right now, but it's due to the drought and heat stress. No color changes here, except that lovely lobster shade when we forget sunblock! Kathy

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