November 22, 2021

November Colors Around the Farm

This year's autumnal hue-fest continues at my Bedford, New York farm.

We've had an unusually warm fall, causing much of the delay in the changing leaves. It's the shorter days and cooler air temperatures that cue trees to change their leaf color from green to red, yellow, brown, and gold. The vibrant fall colors are also an important indicator of a forest's health - that the trees are getting the rainfall and temperature they need to thrive. We captured some of the late season colors after a recent rain, and they did not disappoint.

Enjoy these photos.