I didn't have my glasses on....
with fall comes the ultimate scourge of lawn work: raking leaves. all of those gorgeous, oxygen-giving trees in your backyard become instruments of torture, littering their leafy bounty all over the lawn and sidewalk. 199 more words
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My feet crunch from the fallen
Soldiers of autumn.
© Jessyca Mathews 2016
Here is the third haiku from our featured haiku writer this week! 59 more words
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alan steele photography
I love how the orange/red color becomes a dark purple and progresses to a dark brown/black. The cut edges heighten the illusion of burning. Amazing how the veins remain green.
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These colorful little berries really gladdened my heart today. Photographed at the Lake Hills nursery.
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Oil Pastels by Mary
Autumn is a second spring where every leaf is a flower ~ Albert Camus
When we arrived at our hotel in Connecticut I opened the car door and there on the ground was this most gorgeous leaf – right there at my feet. 117 more words
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Sarah Marie Photography
beautiful fall in New England when the Sun Shines just right
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