We were walking our dogs in Sacramento when we hit the yellow “snow.” Trees like the ginkgo are the last to lose their yellow leaves here as fall ends and winter begins. People let them stay on the ground longer than other leaves from sycamore, maple, ash and hackberry trees that, in some cases, fell nearly two months ago. Most years it doesn’t snow in Sacramento, so the blankets of yellow is this city’s version of snowfall. Anne took these shots with her trusty cell phone.
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