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Maybe tomorrow as it is already getting dark here in central KY. The 57 looks good but the top is up!  Glad you are driving it and not just keeping it in a garage. Have fun 

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4 minutes ago, SC38DLS said:

Maybe tomorrow as it is already getting dark here in central KY. The 57 looks good but the top is up!  Glad you are driving it and not just keeping it in a garage. Have fun 

Yes, it was too cool for the top down. Maybe tomorrow!

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Ms. Victorialynn, we don't really have any seasons here in Hawaii, except when the whales are here and when they're not, but here's our two "babies" with some background in a couple of different spots.

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4 minutes ago, SC38DLS said:

Maybe tomorrow as it is already getting dark here in central KY. The 57 looks good but the top is up!  Glad you are driving it and not just keeping it in a garage. Have fun 

Yes, it was too cool for the top down. Maybe tomorrow!

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Great thread idea!  Not so good pics of the foliage but spent last Sunday with my better half, and our doggie inspecting leaves in western MA.   Cars and coffee with the A roadster this coming Saturday. Will get better pics of the CT color.  :)

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Here are a couple of pictures I took a previous year

in northwestern Pennsylvania.  The leaves there

tend to peak around October 10-12, and they get 

much more colorful than those in the southern part

of the state.

 

Leaves are best seen when the sun is shining brightly

on them.  Pictures simply can't to justice in capturing

the magnificence.  The best I've seen is a whole grove

of trees as bright orange as fluorescent orange traffic cones!

 

The picture below with snow was taken on October 6, 2001--

the earliest snow I remember.

 

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21 minutes ago, Steve_Mack_CT said:

Great thread idea!  Not so good pics of the foliage but spent last Sunday with my better half, and our doggie inspecting leaves in western MA.   Cars and coffee with the A roadster this coming Saturday. Will get better pics of the CT color.  :)

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Thanks. Looking forward to seeing the pics. It seemed like a natural idea. I wasn’t sure if it had already been done. 

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19 minutes ago, John_S_in_Penna said:

Here are a couple of pictures I took a previous year

in northwestern Pennsylvania.  The leaves there

tend to peak around October 10-12, and they get 

much more colorful than those in the southern part

of the state.

 

Leaves are best seen when the sun is shining brightly

on them.  Pictures simply can't to justice in capturing

the magnificence.  The best I've seen is a whole grove

of trees as bright orange as fluorescent orange traffic cones!

 

The picture below with snow was taken on October 6, 2001--

the earliest snow I remember.

 

autumn-barn-JS.jpg

autumn-horse-JS.jpg

Georgeous. Now get your car out and take some with it! :)

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Vermont is famous for its fall foliage. But, not this year. At least here in the Champlain Valley.  These photos were taken 2 weeks ago and most of the trees were still very green.  My wife & I had a fun ride around Mallett's Bay anyway.

 

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We may take autumn color for granted, but I read

that very few parts of the world see the spectacular

colors that we see in the northeastern United States.

 

Do northern Europe and southern Australia get the

same type of bright autumn color?  What other areas?

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WSJ Had an article about the late and disappointing colors in the NE this year.................Bob.

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