The second picture is my favorite, it is just gorgeous wt the sun shining on it! I adore Ginko leaves, they look like little fans. And they have remained unchanged since before the dinosaurs, the oldest tree known.
Beautiful leaves. Don't know if the ginkgo is the same as the ginkgo that I love to eat.
There is a large grove of them at Blandy not far from us. We make a pilgrimage there every autumn.
Like a tree full of yellow butterflies!
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I have never seen one of these trees. The leaves look like butterflies
Hello,The leaves are beautiful, just like the butterflies. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!
I am blessed to have a 100+ year old ginkgo tree in my yard. I love how all of the yellow leaves fall off in one day. Beautiful photos. Friendship
Gosh...this is just beautiful...LOve this shot Rose :))))Devi :))
Golden Autumn, so pretty, Rose. Our Autumn is still lingering on. The trees will be bare probably in December. : )~Sheri
I like the shape of the leaves and the gold in the second shot is fantastic. beautiful leaves. never seen a ginko tree
The leaves together make a fine sedries. I really like the distinctive color.
These are beautiful trees and in the autumn they are spectacular.
Gorgeous colors captured in these ginkgo leaves! I have a ginkgo tree in the parkway, but a pile of leaves I wanted to capture also were lost by the early snow we got. :-(
Those leaves are amazing in shape and in color.,Of course we don't see them around here. That's one of the things I like about blogging. I get to see places and things I would never see otherwise. Not to mention that I have met the most wonderful people through blogging.
Those leaves are gorgeous. I don't think we have any of those trees around here.
There were some of these trees down where we used to live around the lake I walked. Always liked the leaves. They look like little fans to me.Your picture of them are beautiful.
That is SO pretty!
Nice to see these photographs, the leaves look beautiful.All the best Jan
Fall is always way too short, isn't it? I don't think we really had one this year, at least not more than a day or two and then it snowed. I love ginkgo leaves, they're easy to identify and I associate them with my tween years for some reason. Very pretty shots. Have a great Thanksgiving, Rose.
These are gorgeous images. I love the shape of these leaves and the color is just spectacular!
Cheerful and charming in yellow!
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