Ahh! Red leaves in autumn. They are traditionally beautiful. We remark on them to friends, and no one ever says they don’t like them.
But this tree is red on only one side; the north side, as it happens. Its neighbours, also horse-chestnuts, are still mainly green, so I wonder if it is diseased. And if so, if the colour is a symptom of disease, does it stop being beautiful?
How far is beauty related to the look, and how far does it depend on the meaning?