Lovely! Looking out over the pumpkin patch in the field below right now. A wonderful season.
Thanks, Shirley. Your view sounds lovely too!
Lovely pictures. In that first picture, is that a little tool shed or a house? Blessings.
Thank you. It's a little tool shed behind our house.
On the way back from the P.O. I got a few fall pictures myself. Our leaves haven't turned that much yet though.
Ours haven't yet this year, either. These photos are from 2010. I'll enjoy taking more this year.
Lovely photographs, I love photos of fall, the leaves changing colours. Thank you for sharing :-).
Thank you! I love the changing of the colors, and all the different colors.
I've never heard of that quote before, but I LOVE it. Yes, yes, if I could follow all the successive autumns in the world, I sure would!
Sunny, I had not heard it before, either, before Elizabeth shared it. It just seems so fitting with the way I'm feeling about fall!
Love it :-)
Thanks for sharing the quote, Elizabeth!
The purple and gold leaves next to each other are so pretty. I am amazed at the splendid colors..nature itself is creative art. Good job capturing some pretty photo's.
Thanks, Krystal Lynn. I like how you called nature "creative art." It really is--the most creative of arts, I think.
Fall is so very pretty! The colors of the trees, and the crispness in the air is wonderful. Hope your fall is wonderful :0)
Thank you, Amanda, I hope yours is too! :-)
I love fall. It is my favorite time of year. I love walking and smelling the fresh cool air, and feasting my eyes of the textured leaves, each more beautiful than the next!
Jodi, It's my favorite time, too. I look at all the different trees and can't decide which is most beautiful--they all are!
I am not a fan of fall, especially the beginning of the season, I tend to not adjust well and can get a bit depressed. I do however love and appreciate the changes of color on the leaves and how the trees and mountains look during the change of season. These are lovely photos thank you so much for sharing them. :)
Madison, For some odd reason, I get more depressed in the spring than in the fall when the days start getting shorter. I hope you feel better and that you enjoy the colors of fall!
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