Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs of the Changing Seasons

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When the leaves just start to change in LA (lower Alabama) the geese show up.  It all started in the fall about 10 years ago when a gander, dame and yearling trio of Canadians wintered over.  The next year there were 5.  Now, between 50 to 60 show up each year.

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By Thanksgiving the leaves are almost all off the hardwoods, covering the

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forrest’s floor in a colorful organic carpet.

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In south Florida, the seasonal changes are more visibly subtle.  Most of the tourists are gone from the beaches and Winter’s harsh impact has the gulf

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and pool temp too cool for use, except for some Europeans and Yankees.  Other than that the grass gets a little brown.  High today…77.

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12 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs of the Changing Seasons

  1. Thanks for the pingback! I did a double-take at that beach photo, thinking at first that it was “my” beach in SW Florida. While they all look similar, on close inspection I could tell that the buildings weren’t quite the same. :-) SW Florida is one of my favorite spots, usually stay in Lee county.

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