When you roam around the squares, ramble the streets and lanes in the historic and Victorian Districts in Savannah, the color, size, texture and charm of so many doors invite you to stop on the sidewalk and take a closer look.
A burst of flower color in Spring …
A Purple Coneflower bursting with colors …
Nature’s color combination of flowers ….
The colors of sunset at Lake Hickory, North Carolina
The colorful glow in the sky and lake post-sunset at Estero, Florida
A colorful sunset by the viewing dock in Estero, Florida
The King Vulture is the most colorful vulture. The head and neck are red, yellow, and bluish; the eyes are white with red eye-rings; the body is buff above and white below; and the neck fringe is gray.
The King Vulture is an uncommon, large, and spectacular bird of lowland tropical forest, mainly in wilder areas and not around human habitation. Most often seen soaring overhead in mid-late morning, often fairly high up; rarely seen perched. Striking adult has a colorful head and neck, piercing white eyes, and mostly white plumage with a black trailing edge to the wings and tail. Here is a captive, perched vulture at Carolina Raptor Center, North Carolina.
Changing color of leaves adds a touch of Fall to the Looking Glass Waterfall in North Carolina
An image of the ritual of burning dead leaves is framed by the colors of the Fall season
A palette of Fall colors against a North Carolina blue sky
An assortment of colors of Fall
Bright red Fall colors decorate the nearly barren trees
The flaming reds of the sumac plant and other Fall changes add color to the cloudy sky
The barren apple trees stand in stark contrast to the Fall colors on the mountains of Virginia
The changing colors of vines in Fall provide a pleasing contrast to the seasoned tree trunks and still green leaves
The Fall colors have peaked in some trees in the high mountains of North Carolina
A lonely tree displays Fall colors in North Carolina
Fall colors in the foreground accentuate the mountain ridges of North Carolina