I went on an short road trip today to get some pictures of fall foliage. I ran across this one that I had seen last week. The color range is almost a burgundy in places, and there are still some green leaves on the branches.
There are about 6 or 8 smallish shrubs in the picture.
They are no more than 7-8 feet in height.
The leaves appear to be those of a domesticated pear tree.
There was (at one time, many years ago) a homestead across the road.
The old house remains and is owned by my barber. (So I can ask him questions later.)
I welcome any comments as to what these small saplings might be. Meanwhile I hope to talk with the barber soon for identity. Thanks in advance.
Mystery Still Unsolved! All Thoughts Are Welcome.