Have the leaves changed where you live?

United States
October 16, 2007 3:59pm CST
Here in Seattle, almost all of the trees that are meant to change colors have done so, and have lost around half of their leaves. In another week or so, we will have winter trees all around, interspersed with the evergreens. How far have the leaves gone where you live? Be sure to mention where you are, also. And apologies to those in the southern hemisphere, for whom this question is a bit irrelevant at the moment! :)
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@lightningMD (5937)
• United States
16 Oct 07
Here in Ohio the leaves are changing. They should at peak soon. They seem to be a little later changing this year. I cant wait for winter and snow.
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@gradyslady (4056)
• United States
16 Oct 07
I live in Cleveland, Ohio and yes the leaves are changing. I love it too, it's so beautiful.
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@peavey (14938)
• United States
16 Oct 07
Yes, the leaves are changing here in Colorado. They haven't all changed yet and most of them are still on the trees. As soon as we get a good wind, they'll be gone, though.
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• United States
30 Oct 07
new england- they're probably about half dropped right now. they seem confused,because every time they start shedding,we have another warm spell.i'm not seeing as many red leaves yet either,i've been waiting for those they're so pretty.
@buenavida (7147)
• Sweden
19 Oct 07
I live near the Arctic Circle, so the most colorful time is in end of September. We have had a warm autumn though, so even if the leaves are gone, there are still some flowers in my balcony that are alive.
• United States
18 Oct 07
I live in Northern Indiana and the leaves are changing colors a little right now. I love to look at all the different colors and sometimes my family will get in the car and start driving around looking at all the colors. It is really neat to see.
• United States
17 Oct 07
Most of the trees from my hometown have changed. Some haven't simply because the weather is a bit odd and what not, but most have. Where I'm currently at for college, some trees have, and some are still as green as ever. This weather, I'm convinced is stopping a lot of trees from turning their beautiful fall colors.
@laurika (4537)
• United States
16 Oct 07
No I didn't see it yet, that it change.But maybe I am not looking good enough.