We had some much-needed rain on Tuesday. Depending on the location, it ranged from an inch or so, to over three and a half inches. Our yard received something in the middle of that but our school rain gauge measured 3.6 inches.
By Tuesday night, you could see the grass greening up and by Wednesday morning, the leaf colors had popped. When we walked around the block on Thursday evening, I carried my camera.
The hickories and grapevines are golden:
Some maples are turning yellow:
While the native maples are more multi-colored:
The dogwoods are crimson:
But the winged sumac is spectacular!
I am thankful to live in a part of Florida where there are at least three seasons.