Gift #177: Autumn mornings

“I saw old autumn in the misty morn stand shadowless like silence, listening to the silence.”   – Thomas Hood

More autumn pictures today!  I’ve taken so many this season as it has been spectacular. Most of the leaves have fallen now, and we get to see them dancing with the wind like whirling dervishes.  The last trees of the season to change, the ornamental pears, have started to flame now, as the final encore to a gorgeous fall.  There are still some bushes and the occasional tree which are still bright with color.  And there are still pumpkins a-plenty.  I’m very grateful for the lingering of fall this year.

Blessings to you,

Sarah

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2 Responses to Gift #177: Autumn mornings

  1. Larry says:

    Agreed! I really hate to see this annual display come to an end, and am so thankful for the trees that wait until the latter part of the season to show their colors: like the young October glorys in my backyard that are just now lookiing all aflame! It occurred to me last month that, if Autumn is Summer’s closing statement before the hush of winter, October must be the exclamation point! And November seems to be October’s straphanger! (All in your perspective, I guess.)

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