Trees in Transistion V

The fifth installment in “Trees in Transistion”.

INTRODUCTION

This post will have a longer preamble than is usual for posts in this series because I have not posted much (except a reblog of an excellent post by Anna) in recent days. On Tuesday and today I have been busy at work, while yesterday I was in Norwich running a stall at a conference organised by ASD Helping Hands, titled “Ageing with Autism”. This means that the tree pics you see in this post are a little bit out of date. I hope to have time for some serious posting over the weekend. For the moment, welcome to the fifth installment in my series “Trees in Transistion”.

TREES TO THE FORE

Author: Thomas

I am branch secretary of NAS West Norfolk and #actuallyautistic (diagnosed 10 years ago at the comparatively advanced age of 31). I am a keen photographer, so that most of my own posts contain photos. I am a keen cricket fan and often write about that subject. I also focus a lot on politics and on nature.

6 thoughts on “Trees in Transistion V”

  1. Too bad trees where I live don’t change their color, but this only happens in cold climates. We have jacarandas here, though. They drip purple rain, with bees flying above the flowers on the ground in circles.

    These are truly beautiful pictures. The river and the trees look so peaceful, and the different shades of red and orange makes it look like the street is on fire. When everything else goes wrong, nature is so comforting and makes you forget your troubles.

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