Trees Dressed in Autumn Colors

Can a group of trees be called a "splendor"? If so, that term fits this gathering at the end of Burkitt Street. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Can a group of trees be called a "splendor"? If so, that term fits this gathering at the end of Burkitt Street. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sure there's a scientific reason why many species of trees change colors in the fall.

But on crisp autumn mornings when trees and shrubs are decked out in their best autumn finery ... Who needs reasons? This is the time of year to just enjoy Sheridan's fall bounty.

View more photos below.

Trees on Dana Avenue. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Trees on Dana Avenue. (Photo by Pat Blair)
View from the footbridge in Kendrick Park. (Photo by Pat Blair)
View from the footbridge in Kendrick Park. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Shrubs add their colors to Mavrakis Pond. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Shrubs add their colors to Mavrakis Pond. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Sunlight and shadows on a buckeye tree. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Sunlight and shadows on a buckeye tree. (Photo by Pat Blair)
A touch of red in Kendrick Park. (Photo by Pat Blair)
A touch of red in Kendrick Park. (Photo by Pat Blair)
More gold on Ridgeway Avenue. (Photo by Pat Blair)
More gold on Ridgeway Avenue. (Photo by Pat Blair)
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