This little leaf caught on the remnants of a spider web, danced for me in the breeze.
The Tulip Poplar is the first to release her leaves.
Pretty red Dogwood seeds will feed the birds this winter.
Sunlight plays on these bushes turning them golden.
Mother Nature highlighted these leaves on an otherwise green tree.
Written for Friday Flash 55.
What a perfect post for the emergence of Autumn.ReplyDelete
Loved the 55
Loved the Pics
You got it goin on My Friend
Thanks for playing, and have a Kick ASS Week-End
Great images of the impending fall.ReplyDelete
BTW - Your link at G-man's site didn't work.ReplyDelete
We're still too thickly covered in smoke for such prettiness. Great 55.ReplyDelete
Hi Linda .. love the photos and the to me sad thought of Autumn already .. cheers for now .. HilaryReplyDelete
nice...this is my fav time of year...love seeing the leaves start to change...great pics!ReplyDelete
My favorite time of year... I love hearing the leaves crunching under a horses feet!ReplyDelete
I love the autumn :)ReplyDelete
Wonderful "fall" images, Linda. This time of the year always depresses me, but you made me see the beauty in it too.ReplyDelete
Love all the colors too, but the cold is not something I really want to see..haha, nice pics and write.ReplyDelete
G-Man- Thanks! The weather has turned rather dreary for a few days.ReplyDelete
Monkey Man- Thanks, fall in coming. I do expect a lot more warm weather here before it settles in for good, though. Thanks for telling me about the link.
Alice Audrey- Thanks, I hope the smoke clears soon. The fires have been bad this year.
Hilary- It is aways sad to see summer leave. We do have more summer left here. Mother Nature likes to throw out some early signs to keep us on our toes.
Brian- I like fall, but summer is my fave. Fortunately we still have some left. Just a fall preview.
Meleah- Thank you!
Margaret- I like the crunchy leaf sound, too.
Babs- I like it too. It just means that winter isn't far off.
Linda- It is pretty, sort of like a second spring, filled with its own special colors.
I absolutely LOVE the first picture in particular.. how it was dancing in the spider web. Although I am not ready for winter at all, these images remind me of the beauty that comes with fall!ReplyDelete
Katherine- I'm not ready either! I took some video of the leaf dancing, but I haven't looked at it yet.ReplyDelete