Wednesday, October 10, 2012


We are not at peak color, yet.  However, it is already beautiful so I went out to my front yard and took one picture after another.

Note to self... as soon as you stand in the middle of a country road that is rarely traveled, the cars decide to use that road.  :)

Following are some scenes from my yard and down the gravel lane.

I LOVE Autumn!


Maggie from Stillness at Cherith said...

I love autumn, too =)
It's my favorite season.
The air is fresh, brisk.
The leaves glow with color.
Cozy sweaters. Comfy socks. Apple cider. Frosty nights.
Love it!
Thanks for sharing =)

Vee said...

Your corner is wearing autumn very beautifully! Really? The minute you stand in the middle of the road a car comes along? Hahahha...too cute. The things we'll do for a photo! Yours are wonderful.

Deanna Rabe - Creekside Cottage Blog said...

I love it too!

It is starting to be beautiful here as well!

Love your photos!


Anonymous said...

All so lovely! Thanks for taking the time to share your corner of the world in all its autumn splendor. Pam (SD)

Morning's Minion said...

Inspiring photos of my favorite season. Its difficult to stay inside and accomplish mere housework when outdoors it is so lovely.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing the beauty by your home. So beautiful! I love Autumn too!
Here in the Hudson Valley it is a beautiful place to live but in the Autumn it is spectacular :)

Anonymous said...

Fall is my favourite season too. Not too cold or too hot and the scenery is gorgeous.

Connie said...

Beautiful pictures of God's splendor.

Karen Andreola said...

It is pleasant to see your neighborhood of changing colors through the eyes of your camera. Here, pick-up trucks are known to barrel out of nowhere when one is venturing into the middle of the road to watch a wooly bear caterpillar cross the yellow line. But I usually hear the trucks just before I see them.
Karen A.

Anita said...

Your pictures of autumn are lovely. Autumn is my favorite season. I'll be praying for you concerning your eye surgery. I imagine it's scary.