SOME AUTUMN … AT LAST

This tree on the corner, alerted me when coming home. It sang,
it whined, it screamed unhinged,
“It’s Fall! Take a shot before
all my leaves are on the ground!!
Sun Tree

 

The closer we come to December, the more important pleasant inside lights become. Posted this not too long ago for one of my All Seasons posts, but thought this was worth reposting.
My artist friend in Holland dreamed of baking and making lunches, and decided in her fifties just to do it:) Gutsy girl:)
One Word Sunday – Light, Weekly Smile

 

From there on, I began to see the signs. In this  city door reflected.
Thurs.Door, Weekend Reflection

 

Now it was easy to see,
also with flowers that were still blooming.
Floral Fri Foto, Friendly PC: Fruit, FOTD

 

The slopes of the hills seemingly untouched, except for their colors
DutchGTN

 

Staring at the Idyllic scenes when passing the farms on the way home. Can’t get enough looking at them, but am glad I am not a farmer, they work so hard, and no time to relax!
ABC Wed-Staring

 

Berries. Where I live you see them everywhere!
Makro-Tex-November, Sunshine Macro Mon

 

Now everything is still ultra bright in color, I can get myself to admit,
that in the end it will sadly look
pityful, like this in my yard.
Makro-Tex: November

 

A friendlier display of the high winds who have caused the fires in the state, and the electrical outages as well. Friendlier, because the 60 feet trees were wildly swaying, and my deck and grounds are littered with needles and
pine cones (2 high buckets full of pinecones. We use them to light a fire in the woodstove!).
Sky Watch

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55 thoughts on “SOME AUTUMN … AT LAST

    1. Don’t know (or remember) how you got a hold of my blog and read that you were an immigrant. Am not that far yet. Have lived in California about 35 years.Did not plan that, but every time we planned to go back to the Netherlands, something came up, and find myself still here. Read your “About.” Are you still teaching?

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  1. What a lovely selection of photos this week, Jesh! It’s definitely Autumn in your neck of the woods (although with our cool and wet weather lately, it’s almost like that here!).
    Thanks for taking part in the “My Sunday Best” meme.

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  2. And now, everywhere you see Christmas decorations. And it isn’t even Thanksgiving. I swear they were going up before Halloween this year. – Margy

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  3. A great autumn post, Jesh – so much orange 🙂
    I’ve just realised your last couple of OWS posts haven’t linked to the challenge. They are linking to my home page and just go missing 😦 I know you’re very organised and schedule in advance, so if it’s easier, just add your URL in a comment rather than updating the pingback. But I’ll also link you in manually when I have the chance x

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  4. I’m glad you made it through that madness, what did Trump blame it on, leaves aren’t being raked correctly? I like the shot of the stump and the yellow needles, I think it’s pretty. Your friend opened up a lunch place, wow, that’s tough at any age. Do you know if those are giant jaw breakers on the counter?

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  5. That berry shot is very interesting, with the varying focus on the berries. And sorry if I didn’t get back to your message – things have been a little crazy here. Will do shortly.

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    1. Didn’t know you live so close to the coast! Am getting curious how it is to live there (please write me an email about average living costs, whenever convenient):):)

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  6. Beautiful fall colors!
    It’s hard to tell that it’s fall around here especially after spending a few years on the east coast.
    If it wasn’t for the news I wouldn’t have known there were fires this year. I don’t know if they are still burning. I hope not!

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  7. Yes, when the thought hits you, there are signs everywhere! As being pregnant there are pregnant women everywhere 🙂 The reflection on the door is great, also the colors of the photo. And I would be happy to see such a turquoise sky!

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    1. Visited your Hong Kong post. Beautiful views going down! Do you know many here in the USA are quite concerned about Hong Kong? They see that their freedom is being threatened:( Saw your “like” section, but not where I could comment – let me know where it is, please – thanks!

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    2. Yes, we are concerned here in Australia too. Especially that I have some friends in Hongkong. I will look into why you can’t comment, but other readers are able to. Thanks.

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    3. I can comment from my blog, but when I visit yours, I can’t find the place “where” to put the comment – if you tell me if its’ above or underneath your post, that will help me – thanks!

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    1. Waiting for your first post! Exciting, but also can be scary! Don’t be intimidated, when you are yourself, people (bloggers) will accept you as you are:)

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    1. Utah is definitely beautifiul to live. We have been there twice in the summer and loved Zion Nat. park and Bryce canon! From my son who was in Kopenhagen I heard it’s expensive living there!

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