Is it fall or what? Actually this film was taken on July 28 so the leaves have been falling for a while now.
I do not know much about tree types but I believe this tree to be some type of Elm. Does anyone know if it is an Elm? I really should study up on trees.
This pitiful tree has been dropping its leaves for some time now and is starting to really become bare. Some of the leaves are turning yellow and falling while some remain on the branches and turn to brown.
The yellow and brown leaves are starting to litter the ground reminding me that Leaf Blowing, Raking and Mulching season is right around the corner.
The landscaped areas are littered with speckles of yellow! Arggg, it is not Fall time yet Mr. Tree so why are you dropping your leaves? I can sum that up in one word. DROUGHT.
The Georgia drought is starting to take its toll on us. Just look at that once beautiful Garden Princess Dahlia to the left. All that remains of her today can be seen in the twig of a picture to the right! Yep, lost the second of two beautiful Princess's! How sad for me. Sniff Sniff...
Just look, Even poor Elvis is trying to leave the building! I am about to loose 3 Lobelia as well. Such a sad time for me...As Billy Mayes would say, "But Wait, there's more"!
It never ceases to amaze me how some things can thrive as others slowly succumb to a drought. Look at the surprise I had in the flower garden this morning! Okay Tina, this is one of the tiny seeds you passed along to me. What do I call this pretty lady?
Compare the bloom size to the Periwinkle blooms.
She is a big gal and so bright white that she just glowed at me upon entering the garden!
Yum, look at all that pollen just waiting for a bee or butterfly to drop in for a snack!
Isn't this trumpet shaped lady a beauty? A nice surprise for me indeed...
Even though it is looking like IT IS ALREADY FALL, In the Garden, I assure you, it is not!