Poetic Hanoi with yellow-leaves-streets in the end of springUnder Blog
Walking through Phan Dinh Phung street, Tran Phu street,… on the late April, it seems like Hanoi is in cozy Autumn.
Unlike other temperate climate countries, yellow leaves of the trees in Hanoi don’t fall off in autumn, but late spring. At that time, the leaves of dracontomelons turn to yellow and fall of, creating a beautiful yellow carpet on street.
Especially, after a rain, the leaves fall even harder, making an amazing and interesting contrast between the green leaves on the tree and the yellow leaves on the street.
Tran Phu Street with yellow leaves bring a warm feeling of autumn.
The unique thing of fallen- leaves- off season in Hanoi is that even though the trees drop their leaves, they still remain the green leaves and don’t become bare.
The time that the yellow leaves fall of is the blooming time of Easter lily.
Leaves fall off on Dinh Tien Hoang Street, a famous place for foreigner travelers.
The pavement along Hoan Kiem Lake is entirely covered by yellow leaves. This is a favorite place for walking or doing exercise of Hanoi residents.
Hanoi girls in Ao Dai take photos on yellow “carpet”
Peddling of fruits is a popular scene in Hanoi.