Monday, January 09, 2006

Notes from the road - part 2


Down south, even the leaves look different.

Quick note: I'm sifting through some 1,200+ (at last count...I'm sure there are even more) images to pick the best ones to add to my online photo stream. It'll take a few days to sort out, so thanks in advance for your patience.

In the meantime, I'll post the odd individual picture directly to the blog to keep the theme current. I hope you like them.

11 comments:

colleen said...

I love that we can drive far enough to reach another season and time zone. It sounds like science fiction, doesn't it?

Plumkrazzee said...

I love this!! When I was in Louisiana I kept trying to explain to people that the leaves were DIFFERENT. That the grass was a totally different shade of green, and that the trees looked like something out of a crayola box. No one understood...It's such a different world, how fun to see you know what I was trying to get them to see.

WendyWings said...

Crowded House sings Four Seasons in one day and it is true here.
I love going to the South Island where they actually have fall (autumn) colours on their trees. It doesn't happen so dramatically here in Auckland.

Uisce said...

Wow, that looks really cool!

Plain Jane said...

I thought the same thing during my trip to San Antonio - it just amazed me how "different" just the greenery was!

kenju said...

Nice pic, Carmi!

Janet said...

Your blog serves as a constant reminder that I need to take more pictures.:)

PresentStorm said...

that is a very interesting shot ...
I really like it.

Sandy said...

It took me a moment to figure out what this was a photo of. I keep looking at it waiting for the the branch to pull back and reveal something grand - like a natural curtain rising.

dena said...

That's a really cool shot, Carmi. You always amaze me with the images you capture.

once again, here from michele's

Laura GF said...

Hello, Michele sent me. I'm not sure how far south you were, but these leaves remind me of the incredible foliage on Cumberland Island in South Carolina. I'm lucky that my husband's family is from SC, so we often get to visit a place very different from the Northeastern US. This is a beautiful picture.