|Maple Leaf Quilt Block|
Welcome to Walking Wednesdays and my walks taken during the past two weeks around my neighborhood. The autumn color made my walks a delight!
The wild rose hips with their yellow foliage.
Gambel oaks with their brown fall leaves.
These leaves stay on the trees well into winter.
Gambel oaks are also known as Scrub oaks around here.
They are a variety of small, shrubby oaks.
These Gambel oak leaves are in the process of turning.
Don't they look interesting?
The color of these Gambel oak leaves are unusual.
Look at the leaf that is mostly red with definite bits of yellow!
This Rocky Mountain Maple leaf got caught in the branches of a Douglas fir!
And the lovely golden leaves of the Quaking Aspen -
always a favorite!
Thank you for coming on these fall walks with me around my neighborhood!
Which season is your favorite? Inquiring minds want to know! Please answer in the comments section!
You might also enjoy my previous blog post here.