It’s getting all autumnal up here in the northern hemisphere, while down in the southern hemisphere everyone’s looking forward to spring. Whichever hemisphere you inhabit, now is a fantastic time to get out and have a look at what the trees are doing. Whether they’re about to burst into life with fresh green growth, or starting to adorn themselves in their autumn glory; even if they’re still wearing their evergreen needles, it’s a wonderful time to go leaf peeping. Here are a few photos I’ve taken that let foliage take centre stage.
The leafy entrance to the Moongate Garden; part of the Edith B. Haupt Gardens in Washington DC.
Bird-filled branches in Snug Harbor on New York’s Staten Island.
Leafy trees casting long shadows as the sun sets over the hills of northern California.
And last, but not least, a lovely array of leaves peeping over a wall in Antigua, Guatemala.
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Happy leaf peeping!