Fall Arrives In SoCal

There are those who say that we don’t get fall in Southern California, or the foliage change of color that goes along with it.

Not true!

Granted, we don’t have the weeks of slow build up to an explosion of color like Vermont does. (These trees were all quite green on Friday, for example.)

In fact, our “fall foliage” season seems to last about 36 hours. Aren’t you glad that I captured some of it for you?!

In two days it will all be gone and these trees will be completely barren. Blink and you’ll miss it!

The thing to REALLY watch out for? On a cool, misty, foggy, drizzly morning like this, with a layer of these leaves covering the tile and polished brick walkway into the office it’s like being on an ice skating rink. Slippery little bastards!

But as you’re lying there, twisted and broken and bleeding, waiting for the paramedics to come, try to make sure you come down on your back so you can watch the glorious display above you!

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