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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8b. Sunset climate zone 5

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Autumn, Northwest Style. Picture Gallery

 






































 In the next three pictures: the same three aspen trees





 Sorbus aucuparia
The main players are maples, aspens, oaks, sweet gum trees, burning bushes... The pictures were taken in my neighborhood and around it.

I am joining The Fall Color Project on the Growing the Home Garden blog.

***Copyright 2011 TatyanaS

35 comments:

  1. These photos are beautiful! Isn't fall glorious? Carla

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  2. Beautiful! The Japanese Maples are just amazing right now. I love watching the Burning Bushes change. A church near us has a long row of them and they are so pretty right now.
    Sure was a beautiful fall day today, wasn't it? :)

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  3. Hi! I've really appreciated this post... the fall colors are sumptuous... we've had an odd autumn... many things have colored beautifully, but the color has been spread out over a long period of time... some maples dropped a couple weeks ago while others are just starting to color... thanks for this lovely post! Larry

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  4. Wow! You have some gorgeous fall colors! We still have a few weeks before we get any color here. Your Japanese Maples are beautiful. We just planted 'Fireglow' last week and hope for some good fall color next year.

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  5. What a gougeous autumnpictures. A pleasure to my eyes.
    Marijke

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  6. Jeg kom lige forbi din blog.
    Rigtig gode efterårsbilleder.
    Tak for rundvisningen.

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  7. Poprzez pierwsze zdjęcie "otwartą bramę" weszliśmy oglądać piękną jesień z czerwonymi niesamowitymi w kolorze krzewami :-) . Pozdrawiam

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  8. Stunning, gorgeous - words fail.

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  9. Such beautiful autumn colours! I loved your many pictures of it. Isn't fall (autumn) a colourful season?
    Bye,
    Marian

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  10. So many amazing shots Tatyana. Many of the trees and shrubs here have lost their leaves before showing the usual shades of Autumn. I have many pictures of my blogging friends gardens on my (Your Gardens)page. Please send me a link to one of yours in an email, if you wish and I will add it also.

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  11. What gorgeous Fall colors in your area. I adore all of the bright reds in Fall. The red shrubs just pop.

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  12. Beautiful! I especially love the Japanese maples and burning bushes!

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  13. such a beautiful place to live!

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  14. Wow! A feast for the autumn eye, dear Tatyana.

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  15. Thank goodness we have all planted deciduous trees in the PNW so we can enjoy the remarkable colors your photos display. Hope all is well with you, Tatyana. We are not sure where the summer went. :)

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  16. Beautiful, Tatyana. I love all the huge trees in all the images. Those in color and also those not.

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  17. What amazing color you have in the pacific Northwest. I'm green with envy!

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  18. outstanding colours!

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  19. Beautiful photos Tatyana! The first one makes me wonder what is down that pathway? I really like the fallen leaf pictures! Thanks for joining in the Fall Color Project!

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  20. Such brilliant colors! So many of the trees had multiple colors.....just beautiful! I love the fall for all of its' color. Thanks for sharing your photographs.

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  21. Tatyana,

    This is like a wonderland of fall. It is so beautiful to see all of these mature plantings turn color.

    Eileen

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  22. I also live in the PNW and am enjoying these fall highlights. To me a well designed garden needs to include some special fall vignettes - a small cluster of fiery shrubs has such an impact!

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  23. I feel dizzy ! The trees are wonderful, Tania !!! Love those amazing colours . Thank you, for sharing, my friend .

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  24. beautiful pictures of autumn
    Un saludo

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  25. SPLENDID, vibrant colors! The serious shades of red and yellow on green--wow!

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  26. Wow! I just loooooove the colourse of fall (even if I don't love fall itself "lol") I enjoyed every single picture you shared / gittan

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  27. Fantastic Fall Foliage shots! Love the leaves on the ground too!

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  28. Wow, Tatyana, the trees in the Pacific Northwest are putting on quite a fall show! Thanks for letting us participate in the changes of nature in your neck of the woods. I enjoyed looking at your atmospheric photos tremendously!
    Christina

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  29. Such vibrant colors! Our fall color has been different in PA this year due to weather extremes. You've caught the glory of the season so well.

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  30. Absolutely stunning. You've managed to find a huge amount of fall beauty.

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  31. Wow, Autumn is simply beautiful in your part of the world! What a joy to behold.

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  32. Lovely!

    Boise is just on fire right now with all the fall colors. I just can't get enough of it.

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  33. Washington might be called the Evergreen State, but I see it has lots of Fall colour too.

    Lovely photos and it was so great to meet you in the summer :)

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  34. Thanks for sharing the photos of such beautiful fall color. I fear we will not have much color this fall because of our summer drought. Many trees went into early dormancy and dropped their leaves already. The maples in your area are just spectacular. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I see you had a fog post too :-) Loved your last post on potatoes, too. Those purple ones are so pretty!!

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