Autumn in Arizona

The cottonwoods are beginning to turn yellow and they glow in the early morning sun.
yellow cottonwoodNear St. Johns, Arizona, USA.

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3 Responses to Autumn in Arizona

  1. Cottonwood trees are interesting to watch when you drive on a long trip. They grow so many places and under so many conditions that if you know how they grow where you live, you can judge how far along the season is by noting how the cottonwood tree looks where you are compared to how it would look at home.

  2. dorannrule says:

    What a wonderful photo! It looks like a tree that is hanging on to a fruitful past.

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