Fall-ish Southern California

sago & elmFalling leaves in fall always surprise me.

pomegranate orange elmNovember gold.

grapefruit & BaldyHoping that when the grapefruit are ready, there will be some snow on the mountain top.

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  1. beautiful!
    nice to see fall-ish
    down there
    as it getting
    winter-is up here 🙂

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    1. Thank you David.
      Fall seemed to be a very long time coming, and it is so very welcome to be in.
      Looking forward to winter-ish images from up there!

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  2. Lovely pictures, MK. The leaves have all nearly fallen here in Sunny Southern Indiana. :-O

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    1. Thanks Peter. I was born in Sunny Northern Indiana (South Bend) but grew up in Arizona. I bet southern Indiana is quite beautiful.

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  3. Lovely fallish colors – even in sunny California! That’s a nice view of the mountain you have there!

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    1. Thanks Gunta. I love the way the mountain changes from morning till evening. It’s quite close – only 10 miles up the road.

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      1. Know exactly what you mean. I fell in love with Utah’s mountains for the same reason when I lived there. The ocean is closest to my heart, but the mountains come in a close second. Next is the desert, but not in the summer. 😉

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        1. Growing up in the desert, I had much less appreciation of it than I do now. But when I go back to AZ for an occasional visit, I find it quite beautiful. But not in the summer. 😉

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  4. You live in a wonderful place, my friend. Wonderful.

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    1. I do indeed live in a wonderful place, Gigi. And I’m thankful for it.

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  5. Wow, I didn’t know that some of your trees go dormant. The juxtaposition of autumn leaves and the tropical plants makes me do a double take. And look how close the mountains are – they look huge!
    Hope you have a delicious Thanksgiving in both food and company! 🙂

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    1. Most neighborhoods I’ve lived in in LA have very few trees that turn color & drop their leaves. This one has more of them. It’s a treat for me to see, since most of the trees stay green.

      Happy Thanksgiving to you & yours.

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  6. Nice! I live in a concrete jungle

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    1. I hope there are parks nearby for you to restore yourself. We need Nature.
      Thanks for your comment, Rajiv.

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      1. We do indeed need nature..

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