This week the foliage has started to visibly turn. Every morning, on my drive to work, I noticed more colours added to the trees lining the road.
This is the most beautiful part of autumn, when it arrives with all its splendor. Even if in many places in the Northern hemisphere the season has not even started, here it will soon reach its peak. The red, yellow and orange colours will initially grow in multitude, taking over the different hues of green. They will magnify and deepen until they reach the various shades of brown. The tress will so stand in this fiery glory until the storms of late autumn wipe away any trace of their colourful foliage in about five weeks.
Below my continuous update on the birch tree, which starts to finally be interesting. Each weeks brings a visible addition of yellow, signifying the onset of the Fall season.