Our trees don't know when it's time to take off their leaves! Maybe they're modest... they're probably the only modest beings in all of L.A.!
A lot of the trees here are naked too. There's a some that still have leaves on them though
Our trees have been naked all summer thanks to the gypsy moth caterpillars :(
Our leaves are falling, but they have a lot way to go to be naked. A long way to go.I linked this post to Awww Mondays, because you're so cute I can hardly stand it.Have a purrfect day. My best to Isabella, your mom and J. ♥♥♥
A lot of our trees are naked now or getting there. Fall has been uncommonly warm (and very, very wet). We agree, though -- fewer leaves makes it easier to spot the birds and squirrels too.
The trees in my neck of the woods are very modest - they keep their leaves as much as arborally possible...(is arborally a word?)
They are falling rapidly over here too! I'm not to fond of naked trees...
CHICKADEE!!!!!!!Sorry. I've been hanging around my mom too much. She's happy about the leaves falling, too -- For the same reason you're happy!Yours sincerely,Margaret Thatcher
OH yes, much better reception for Bird TV. Mom wishes our leaves would all fall down so she could do our Christmas lights before it gets too cold.Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Our trees aren't completely naked yet but they are getting there! catchatwithcarenandcody
Beautiful photo of the gorgeous cat and trees ~ ^_^A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
The trees here are not naked yet but getting there. Angel that sure is a cute bird you are watching.Have a great week.
Mine are still clothed but it will not last another week or so I think.
We don't have many trees in our yard...just one ornamental and the redbud, which is at the back of the yard. So, our birdy watching is all done at the feeder and the pond and is easily viewed all the time. Birds sure are fun to watch, aren't they?!
Suddenly, the trees are almost bare here. And, yes, the sky is more visible. xo
Some leaves have fallen but most are still on. Unfortunately, we are not getting any good color this year. We had our last warm day today, so they'll probably start falling soon. Enjoy watching the birdies, Angel. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy
We live in the swamps of south Louisiana, where most of the trees keep most of their leaves year 'round. It's okay, though, we don't have to shovel snow.
Our trees are getting close to being nekked. The dad guy has been chewing up the leaves with the lawn mower thingy. We agree...you can see the birds much better with nekked trees.
Oh those trees! The birds are in plain view aren't they? Squirrels too! They drive Mr. Kitty crazy but not as badly as the dogs! They cant stop barking, LOL! Have a great week! Thanks for sharing. HUGS
hay ewe galz..we haz had ta call upon copee N paste.....tiz crazed round de land oh trout late lee; we dunno left frum perch; down frum mackerull over head frum ham N friez; stoppin bye ta say hi with a grate week a head ~~~~~ ♥♥♥
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