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Archive for November 4th, 2009

Final Fall Foliage

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

fallelderlysmokeleavescloseIt’s almost over, the leaves here are nearly gone. Orange and red maples are done for the year. However, I found a few photos Tuesday showing the few showy trees/bushes I could find.

The first two were taken in front of Elderly Instruments, in Old Town Lansing. It’s called a smoke tree, and it was equally pretty this spring.


The next photo was taken at Turner-Dodge mansion, also in Old Town. It’s a Gingko tree. I adore these trees. In summer they have perfect green leaves, and in fall they turn solid yellow.


fallfenneryellowThe last photo is from Fenner Arboretum at Mt. Hope and Aurelius on the southeast side of town. This is a place I pass by often but rarely enter. It is a magical place, I’m not sure why I typically go to Mt. Hope Cemetery across the street rather than the Arboretum. I think I just like old cemeteries a lot, and somehow that is where more fall color happens as well.