Fall Color Project: More Autumn Art


Up in Michigan Joey has posted some really cool collages for the Fall Color Project. The colors from the maples and other trees around her town couldn't have been painted more vividly with any paintbrush. It's a palette of autumn color that awaits you at The Village Voice!


The colors have officially reached their peak here in Tennessee. Over at Clay and Limestone Gail took some fantastic fall photos from her garden and from Percy Warner Park. Carpets of golden leaves, golden shagbark hickory trees, and sassafras are all showcasing a bright display of autumn color. The colors will soon fade to leave behind bare branches. Better look while you can!


See the most recent Fall Color Project Posts:

In the South
A Flurry of Fall Foliage
Michigan vs. Tennessee
Been to Blithewold?
A Walk Through Washington
Trees, Shrubs, and ... Snow?
It's Not All About The Trees
Shining Colors on a Rainy Day
A Walk Through the Park
Colors of Toronto and California Wanderings
From Westonbirt Arboretum to SE Pennsylvania
Fall from the Write Gardener






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