Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Fall in Fairoaks Square

Some of the best variety of autumn color around Selma can be found in Fairoaks Square. The combination of maples and dogwoods really spins the color wheel. While many of our leaves around Selma are gold, green or brown, Fairoaks really ups the beauty of fall. Fairoaks Square is a neighborhood of renovated Victorian homes that were built between 1870 and 1920. A dozen homes, most in disrepair, were purchased by a local industry in the 1980s and returned to elegance.

4 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

Fine photography. Excellent front porches too.

Sonia said...

What a wonderful photo! Love the color of these trees. And the house with that lovely fence is beautiful, too!

Have a Happy Thanksgiving Day!

Chris said...

Such a lovely home (and shot!) We love porches. . . .

Happy Thanksgiving!!

GMG said...

Fabulous colours in your wonderful tree pictures. Loved to see them all!
Happy Thanksgiving!
Gil