Leaf Peeping Is In It's Glory

I am one of those lucky ones that lives in the northeast where some of the most vibrant colors appear on the trees in the fall season. I decided to just take a quick ride around my house and take a few pictures for you all to see. It truly is remarkable how the colors take hold. Too bad they only last for a couple weeks. I hope you enjoy these photos.

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Dan
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Dan Willinger is a ventriloquism enthusiast and ventriloquist figure collector. He has been collecting for over 25 years. His collection of ventriloquist figures now numbers over 100 figures of which there are over 50 Frank Marshall figures. Because of his love for the art of ventriloquism, Mr. Willinger created the website Ventriloquist Central. For more information about the website, go to: http://www.ventriloquistcentral.com

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3 Responses to Leaf Peeping Is In It's Glory

  1. Larry Harris says:

    Dan,

    Such great shots. I love it I am listening to some “New Age Acoustic” and seeing pretty New England shots like these reminds me of simpler times.

    Cheers,
    Larry Harris

  2. Lee Dean says:

    I love walnut trees, in 1999 putting out 500 black walnut trees on 50 acres, and 500 more in 2000, all saplings from a warmer climate. They are adjusting to the climate here, but still want to leaf out couple of weeks too soon, and get set back by frost. The local black walnut in KY is last to leaf out in Spring and first to lose its leaf in the Fall. It took about three years to make bark and six years to bear, almost all over my head now. Lost a few to buck deer and had to put fence wire around them to protect from rubs. My father would smile and say, “Somebody else’s shade.” Is your all’s home in last photo?

  3. Lee Dean says:

    Sorry, failed to read more closely and that pictures are of your home.

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