Red means Fall!

På denne tid kan man vel trygt si at når naturen ikler seg en stadig rødere farge, så er det et sterkt tegn på at høsten virkelig tar grep? Og tar man ikke signalet, så kan man risikere at man en morgen våkner til en natur dekket av hvit snø! Det gjør man selvfølgelig uansett, men tar man rødfargen til etterretning, så har man i alle fall en mulighet til å forberede seg litt?
Jeg har tatt meg en liten spasertur i våre nærmeste omgivelser og sikret meg noen bilder som underbygger dette med rødfargen. Lite gulfarger? Ja dessverre! Vi har hatt en uke med tungt regnvær og de fleste av bladene falt faktisk av trærne før de ble skikkelig gule dette året, men litt høstfarger ble det jo likevel?
At this time, one can safely say that when nature wears an ever-redder color, is it a strong signal that fall is really taking hold? And if you don’t take the signal, you may risk waking up one morning to a nature covered in white snow! Of course, you’ll do that anyway, but if you take the red color into account, then at least you have the opportunity to prepare a little?
I have taken a short walk in our immediate surroundings and secured some pictures that support these thoughts about the red color. Little yellows? Yes, unfortunately! We have had a week of heavy rainfall, and most of the leaves actually fell off the trees before turning really yellow this year, but I found some autumnal colors anyway?
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Jeg skulle ønske det var flere panoramabilder, men dessverre ikke på våre kanter i år!
Kanskje får jeg inn noen fra andre deler av landet? Men snart kommer frosten . . .

I wish I’d be able to get you more panorama pictures, but unfortunately not from our parts of the country this year! I might receive some from other parts though . . .?
But soon the frost will be here . . .

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8 Responses to Red means Fall!

  1. utesmile says:

    Definitely Autumn with such lovely colours!

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Reblogged this on BrewNSpew and commented:
    Sharing the beginning of autumn beauty in Norway –

  3. -Eugenia says:

    Oh, how gorgeous! We’re seeing a gradual change here – 🥱 Our temps are supposed to dip down this Saturday. Currently, we are at 98 F – feels like 102 F. It’s awful!

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you for re-blogging! I don’t know about ‘gradually changes’ as all these pictures were shot on the very same day, but unfortunately this year we had some severe rainstorms very early in the season, thus 50% of the leaves had fallen off the trees long before the first frost arrived. And that did something rather negative with the colors . . .
      Next time perhaps. . .?

  4. Underbara höstbilder, det ser lika färggrant ut hos mig.

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