Trees and leaves in the fall

July 20, 2012
By Scarletroseann GOLD, Independence, Oregon
Scarletroseann GOLD, Independence, Oregon
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Favorite Quote:
i found this quote in City of Bones, i believe, by Cassandra Clare the quote is:

"The measure of love is to love without measure."
--Saint Augustine


Brown's, oranges, yellows, Reds, and more each to their own. These are the colors that fallen leaves of the maple, oak and sycamore trees turn in the fall before they fall off their home and land on the ground below. So many colors of fall, so many trees leaves are different from the other. Some trees never turn their leaves even in the fall, some stay green all year round.


The author's comments:
I've always been fascinated by the four seasons a special summer and fall. Summer is when I was born and it's a time when I can swim in the Rivers without the fear of getting too cold, and fall has amazing colors, that is when the leaves are changing.

I hope you enjoyed reading.

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