“Last week has been the most beautiful autumn weather. For three days the woods were blazing and we just wandered around admiring this leaf and that. But yesterday there was a windstorm and they all blew off.”
From Adirondack: Life and Wildlife in the Wild, Wild East by Edward Kanze:
“The scene is of a dark forest, perhaps in the Adirondacks. A river pours from bottom center to middle center. Beyond a wooden gate on the left rises a big country house. Of simple gable design, the house has latticed shutters and a red roof that give it a Germanic feel. A rustic log bridge without side rails spans the river. The surface is decked with planks and wide enough to allow the passage of freight wagons and stagecoaches. There are no human figures. The style of this work is self-consciously Hudson River School, with stylized, almost tropical-looking vegetation…. Still, the season is clear….
“It’s autumn. Orange colors some of the trees, which may be sugar maples.”
For this post, the second of two… more trees! more leaves! more orange!
If you would like to see my previous fall color posts for this year, they’re all organized under this tag:
Thanks for taking a look!