One of the features of the North Temperate Zone is that this time of the year, deciduous trees turn from green to bright colors. (Does the same thing happen in the South Temperate Zone in their autumn?)
Last week I visited North Carolina. North Carolina, from the coastal plain up to the fall line, may not be a fall-color destination like New England, but you can still see brightly colored trees there, such as
All these turn to yellow. There are few that turn to red, but one that does is the Red Maple, which definitely lives up to its name this time of year. I didn’t get any pictures of that one.
So here is a thread for posting about the bright and beautiful colors of fall.