Goodbye to Autumn Trees

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Joseph Raglione

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Goodbye to Autumn Trees

Great pictures, you didn't say where you are from. I grew up in Ontario and have lived in Alberta for the last 20 years. I sure miss the beautiful colors of the trees in the fall. In Alberta you only get yellow! (11/14/2007)

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By PICO

Goodbye to Autumn Trees

Hi Pico! I am from Laval, Quebec, and yes we do have beautiful Autumn and Spring seasons where the leaves change colors. In the Fall, thousands of Quebec citizens make a point of visiting the nearby Laurentian Mountains to see the leaves change, but I have some nice trees in my own back yard. My house is only a few feet away from the Trees you see in the pictures. Thanks for writing!

P.S. The West has magnificent panoramic scenery, you just have to look harder! (11/14/2007)

By human4us

Goodbye to Autumn Trees

Just beautiful! We don't gorgeous autumns like that here in the South, thanks for sharing! (11/14/2007)

By perfume and powder

Goodbye to Autumn Trees

Very pretty (11/17/2007)

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