Sunday, November 03, 2013

Hello, Hello.

I went down to the dock to say goodbye to October...but then realized it was November first and November was saying HELLO! (Resolution changed to protect the photographer...)


Next few days I will post the lovely scenery on the farm were I went for a fundraising activity.

18 comments:

Celia said...

Yummy colors no matter the month.

Brian Miller said...

gotta love that light on the trees....beautiful colors...

Aisling said...

So beautiful!

Red said...

Great reds on your trees. We never see the brilliant reds here.

Linda Reeder said...

beautiful color! We are losing ours fast now after yesterday's big wind storm.

kenju said...

Our colors are more muted this year, but we see isolated reds and oranges here. Your photos are gorgeous!

Granny Annie said...

Your photographs are amazing as always. Isn't it unbelievable how quickly the colors have changed?

Peruby said...

These are the photos similar to the jigsaw puzzles my Mom would work. They are beautiful but harder than the dickens!

messymimi said...

That's a beautiful hello!

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

The colors
are amazing..

chris said...

gorgeous color! fall seems to be flying by...

chris said...

gorgeous color! fall seems to be flying by...

chris said...

gorgeous color! fall seems to be flying by...

ellen abbott said...

wow! so red and vibrant. we don't get much color down here. and when we do, it's never the whole tree at once. usually just a few leaves at a time.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Oh I like the idea of saying hello to November. Nice to stop and let the flow of nature run through our thoughts for a few moments. -- barbara

Bob Bushell said...

An autumnal colouring you have taken, those trees, the water, etc.

Betsy Adams said...

Ahhh---love those colors when the sun hits the trees. I got some similar photos one year late in the afternoon. The trees looked like they were on fire!!!!

Hugs,
Betsy

Pauline said...

WOW!