Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Yes sir, fallen leaf of autumn trees is an urban problem.Tomás.
Thankfully, spring often is the remedy. :-)
They say some people suffer from depression when the leaves are falling, but I like all the four seasons we have. There is always a next one to enjoy.
I absolutely concur!
Gave me a good chuckle. :)
A nice branch massage and a long hibernation will solve that problem.
@Tomas: it is, yes.@Revrunner: for trees, definitely! For men, not so much.@Marianne: that's true.@Debs: thanks!@Sharon: it will!
Which two are not like the others :) Love a bit of individuality :)
I like how you interpret things!
A really funny way to see this!
@Jennifer: so do I.@Tex: I figured this would tickle some funny bones.@Grace: thanks!@Judy: I have a weird sense of humour.@Linda: glad to amuse you!@VP: it certainly is different!
Are they bald?.... or TOTALLY NAKED ?!
We have always wanted to call into a garden show for advice about our trees which are dropping their leaves! ;-)
That's what WINTER does to the earth and its inhabitants! Autumn makes them beautiful.
Not a problem we have DownUnder.
Thanks for the giggles. Leaf Club for Trees...sounds like a winner.
@Stuart: a little of both, I suspect.@RedPat: at least their leaves grow back!@Norma: for a brief time, anyway!@Tamera: thanks!@Peter: quite true!@Kay: you're welcome!
Thanks for making me laugh! Beautiful reflections of the fall foliage.
Hahaha, is this leaf club for real? I wonder! Falling leaves do make some of us feel sad, but after winter come spring and new life :-)
Fall has arrived.
Hee hee hee! We do have some of that around here!
Oh no! Too funny... please stop!
Ha! Poor sap.. at least he's not pining. ;)
I was going to say something very positive, but I wouldn't want it to go to your head! I rather like your present look! :)
@Lois: you're welcome.@Tamago: true!@Mari: as it does each year.@Cheryl: thanks!@Linda: thank you!@Hilary: hah!@Jen: thanks!@Lowell: thank you!