Maybe it’s the protracted, warmer-than-average spring.
Or maybe it’s always been this way and I’ve just never noticed.
(which is rather sad)
But have you ever noticed how spring is autumn in reverse? You can especially see this in certain maples which have been a deep, rich burgundy color for the past month.
Slowly, slowly, they’re getting enough sun to make chlorophyll and to turn green.
Soon, luxurious, shady green.
All pictures taken this morning, before sunrise, with a Canon Sure Shot.
Is it just me or are the iPhone shots richer in color?