Tag Archives: Japanese maples

The Psychedelic Day

When the real estate agent first showed us the house we’ve been living in for the past 19 years, she said, “It’s got a really valuable Japanese maple.” At the time I didn’t know a Japanese maple from an English … Continue reading

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What a Difference Three Days Make

There is one day each year when the Japanese maple in our front year is positively psychedelic. I posted pictures on November 7 thinking that it was the day. I woke up this Monday morning realizing that I’d been wrong. … Continue reading

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Color on the Hudson

Doing errands over the last few days—a trip to the bank or the library—I kept the camera with me to capture the last of the glorious fall color.  

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