Susan Nickerson

Copper Trees

The foliage in New England was a spectacular sight that October, and I appreciated each leaf as the train headed south towards the city. A potpourri of colour covered the landscape, as if nature had dotted the treetops with bright drops of paint. Sugar maples flamed with reds and yellows, flamboyant against quiet evergreens and copper oaks…

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