Sunday, October 9, 2011

Gratitude - Fiery Colors

 Before the north wind blows in with it's frigid breath around the first of November we're given a show beyond anything else all year (except maybe May).  I'm grateful for the beautiful explosion of golds and reds before the colors turn to rusts and blacks. 
 A windblown apple on the south forty............
.....sun shining through the golden leaves by the creek.                 Blessings, Diane

6 comments:

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I love the beauty of fall,but I wish it would last longer.

mudderbear said...

I love how the sun shines through the leaves in Autumn and the temperatures are always just right. You've captured that so well in your pictures.

Pondside said...

I love autumn light - everything turns golden, like that apple.

Jane The Booklady said...

Hello Diane, How beautiful! I love Autumn and its colours so much. On my 'to do' list is to one day come to America in the 'Fall'. Jane x

Terra said...

Hi this is my first visit here and I am a follower now. I like your photos in this post and the previous two posts also.

June said...

We haven't even started to change here in Carey, but it has started a little in Sun Valley. and I'm sure that at higher elevations the colors are beautiful. Dale and I will have to take a drive.
I love it when the aspens change in Fishcreek where my little shack is. I was up there last week and it hadn't started yet, but when it does it is gorgeous!
have a great week Diane.
hugs from here...