FALL FOLIAGE IN PIONEER PARK

What’s there to say about our fall foliage?

I’ll let several photos say several thousand words. Image

???????????????????Well, this ancient Plane tree’s foliage is just barely starting to turn color, but I couldn’t resist this view.  Several of these 100-year-old giants encircle the band stand at the park.

???????????????????If you’ve seen this post before, you may notice some changes.  I accidentally deleted part of the original, and chatted more in this version.

The trees remain wonderful — thanks to our Creator, God.

:}  Smiles

 

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