It's saying to you, "Get out the rake, Adam!"
Sometimes it seems that all the leaves disappear before your very eyes.
until next year!
hahhaa, Adam...trees do that...:)
Good God, a bloody miracle, I agree with you "bj" of Texas!Of course Adam with the advent of the winter months, deciduous trees lose their leaves. One day plenty, a bit of wind, and bingo (Not the silly game) and the tree is as bare as a baby's arse the next day.If you live in the tropics and/or right near the equator, trees just DO NO LOOSE leaves. Colin
"DO NOT LOOSE leaves", sorry.Colin
Trees will do that!
I always hate the look of bare trees.
Here now all trees look like this. Not my favourite thing about late fall / winter.
Here in the Mojave Desert the wind blows strong and frequently. It's like a gale outside now. Desert plants are tough! Bare trees often remind me of Shakespeare's Sonnet 73: "Bare ruin'd choirs, where late the sweet birds sang." The bare branches remind me of how short and fleeting life is.