People say that the Everglades have no seasons, but if you are watching, you will notice the changes. We have the wet and the dry. If you are a snowbird, you may not experience the wet. In addition, the plants here respond to the changes in light making subtle differences between winter, spring, summer and fall.
The maples (Acer rubum), have turned and are red against the green backdrop of much of the Everglades landscape. The change in color must be triggered by the light rather than cold, because it's still quite warm here. It may be nothing like the glamorous glory of a sparkling day in New England, but it's still rather nice.