Flying – I love how this leaf looks like it is spreading its wings and is about to fly.
In honor of the season, it’s a Fall Sweet Potato Chip.
Today I was reminded of a lesson. The lesson is more than adequately summed up in the old adage: “Pride comes before a fall…”
Last night it dropped to 3°F (-16°C) and we had a light dusting of snow. Needless to say, I had no inclination to go out taking pictures this morning. This afternoon, once the temperature had crept up above 10°, I ventured out for a few quick shots.
Our Sweet Gum Tree Still Has It’s Leaves – Which is a nuisance, as it is pointless raking up the leaves in the yard until all the trees are done shedding. 2 pictures
A Carpet of Fall Leaves. I really like the full frame version of this image, but I love how this close-in crop brings out what I call a ‘painterly rendering’ from the camera. 2 pictures
I would much rather be outside kicking through the leaves than sitting at my desk. Fall has finally arrived at the tree outside my office window.
The wonderful blues of our blue bottle tree against the bright fall yellow of the Sweet Gum tree in our front yard.
Fall at Pomme de Terre Lake, Missouri – The Fall color has really come along the past couple of weeks. 3 pictures