Little Red Tree

A short walk up the road toward the edge of town is a small fenced-off park. Inside there’s a little maple tree that, if you can catch it in the right light, makes a fiery flame of red-hot foliage like a flare. I was happy with the photos I got yesterday afternoon. Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand.

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Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2021)

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  1. There’s an only red tree just this color in the hill country, in the middle of the pasture. I look for it every time I’m in the area in autumn. My timing wasn’t right last fall, but maybe next year!

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    1. Love ‘only’s like you describe .. we have some favourites like a large oak on its own in a crop/grass field just south of our town and a big purple beech in a similar field just north of town.

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