Why Leaves Turn Color in the Fall
Angel Talavera and Diego Chavez
Why Leaves Turn Color in the Fall?
The most spectacular range of fall foliage occurs in the northeastern United States. People travel only to see leaves falling.
Why the apples are red? The same pigment that turns leaves red or red-violet also gives apples their red.
In this period of time, children love to play in piles of leaves that fall in the ground.
Also the air feels this period, the leaves flies in the wind and may flutter from yard to yard on small whirlwinds or updrafts.
Sometimes leave can be find in fossil stones and remind us how detailed, vibrant and alive are the things of this earth that perish.
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