Fall Foliage Photos around D.C.

Our friend Harry Pfohl has taken spectacular photos of the scenery around D.C. and his home in MD.

Most of us visualize huge structures and concrete when we imagine the  D.C. environment and I thought you'd enjoy his views of that part of our world.

Dogwood leaves and berries.

Last November, several of Pfohl's D.C. nature photos were in the Washington Post and you can see them here - http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/post/washington-dc-fall-scenes-from-weather-gang-readers/2011/11/18/gIQAlP6hYN_blog.html

Dogwood leaves in all their fall splendor.


Anonymous said…
I love seeing red dogwood leaves. Our dogwoods in Florida do not turn red like that. Have enjoyed poking around your October posts tonight. Espcially all the stuff about butterflies because I've been working on luring more butterflies with host and nectar plants. Had my first milkweed plant this year that probably hatched 25-30 butterflies and has 4 young caterpillars even now.
Anonymous said…
I will always remember my Sunday School teachers as a child telling us a story about the Dogwood tree blossom. It represents the true meaning of Easter Trees-Plants Nursery
Anonymous said…
The anthracnose fungus likes cool and moist conditions, and trees deep in shade are often more susceptible to infection.Online Plant Nursery

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