Despite moderate drought all summer, the trees of the Ouachita region have still put forth an incredible foliage display, despite expectation of brown or barren trees.  Adding to the color are the fall flowers — goldenrod, sunchoke and some violet aster-type wildflowers.

 

Deeply slanting fall sun backlights a mulberry leaf.
Goldenrod with red sumac.
Goldenrod backed by red sumac awaits southbound Monarch butterflies on a sunny October day.
Mulberry leaf shows fall colors
This French mulberry leaf captures all of fall.

 

 

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