Lots of the trees are bare now that Hurricane Sandy came through Pennsylvania. But not everywhere.
Here, the trees look wintry in Schenley Park on November 1.
But just around the corner the view from Panther Hollow Bridge is mixed. The large sycamore is bare — see the ghostly white bark? — but the red oaks still show off their russet tones. (These pictures are dark because it was raining. It rained every day last week.)
Elsewhere in Pennsylvania, winter comes earlier.
Here’s a picture from the Quehanna Wild Area taken on October 13. Three weeks ago most of the trees were already bare in this part of Clearfield County.
What’s it like where you live?
(photos by Kate St. John)