Thursday, September 25, 2008

Autumnal Equinox

This maple in our front yard always begins to change color before any other tree in these parts. This was taken early this week.

This early-turning maple helps me to not be caught off-guard when those chilly Autumn mornings begin to nip my toes. I wear sandals or go without shoes entirely, until it's absolutely too cold to do so.

~~ A joyous Autumnal Equinox to all. A few days late ~~


8 comments:

  1. me too :)

    jack frost returns soon
    foggy, chilly morning dew-
    autumn days creep in.

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  2. I have found myself really looking forward to the shorter, cooler autumn days.

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  3. What a pastoral shot - looks like a great place to spend an autumn afternoon!

    We're getting some color here, finally, especially in the High Country. I'll post some if I can.

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  4. My favorite season... I think it's Randal's favorite, too.

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  5. Oh wow! What a fantastic perspective. That's just lovely.

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  6. What a stunning view! 'Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness' - my favourite.

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  7. I was happy with the way this one turned out. All it took was my eye and a cheap camera. The maple just naturally tells about itself visually.

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