Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Ruby Tuesday - Autumn Red

It has been down in the 40*F range at night which is enough to trigger some of the trees to show their autumn colors.  But since we have not yet had a frost the roses and many other flowering plants are still blooming.  It is a colorful time of year in Tulsa.


Ralph said... [Reply to comment]

Up here in Nw England, the trees and color have peaked and passed. Now that we are getting freezing nights, the leaves fall, too. Nicely you have the warm enough temps to still admire the ruby foliage. Wonderfully captured!

Yogi♪♪♪ said... [Reply to comment]

Great picture. Even on overcast days they look like they are glowing within.

Leora said... [Reply to comment]

Ah, lovely. We were discussing a few weeks ago what causes the color change - Rambling Woods aka Michelle looked it up and came up with temperatures drop, temperatures rise. Of course there was more - I was concerned because we had a dry summer. This is a gorgeous display. We still have some colorful trees, but some have already shed their leaves.

DrillerAA said... [Reply to comment]

Excellent capture. Our fall colors are not going to be that exciting this year. Too hot, too dry, too windy.

Maria @ LSS said... [Reply to comment]

Wonderful capture.

Sharon's Mum Anne said... [Reply to comment]

WOW 2 November and you still have trees like that!

Auntie E said... [Reply to comment]

Beautiful fall tree.I love this time of year.
My ruby Tuesday link for you

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Hey Cousin... here in N.C. the color is peaking now in the Smoky Mountains. Just returned from a visit up there and it looks like God spilled the paint. --gg

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

This is truly beautiful!

Francisca said... [Reply to comment]

Fantastic red foliage!

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Gorgeous! So your fall is about a month after our fall. We already have bare trees up North...

Joan Elizabeth said... [Reply to comment]

A great ruby shot.