Sometime, during the chilly, rainy night, someone
tiptoed through the garden with an artist's palette
and a paintbrush.
At last we've had some rain.
Early morning light showers later turned into a steady
This morning, when the sun came up, I puttered about storing a
few items in the potting shed for Winter months, taking out the
garbage, (someone has to do it!), and of course capturing a
few garden shots to share the radiant colors, heartbreakingly
beautiful after the rain.
We actually raked a ton of leaves on Saturday, now
there are tons more! They will have to stay until we
return after the holidays . . . . . too wet and too little
time to work in the garden now.
Such pretty colours Mary - happy holidays, and following on from your adventures may you return home refreshed and ready for more in 2017ReplyDelete
So pretty, Mary. That is long behind us here now. We are covered in snow.ReplyDelete
It is a sight to behold Mary. Wonder if those are Maple or Sweet Gum leaves.ReplyDelete
Mostly oak Donna. Raleigh is known as 'The City of Oaks.'Delete
Also a hickory tree in the mix.
Beautiful! This fall has been one for the record books. The fall colors have been gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Oh, how beautiful. We're way past that stage...now into bitter cold temps and snow. :-(ReplyDelete
The leaves will provide a beautiful blanket for your garden while you are not there.ReplyDelete
All those colours have been gone for weeks now from my part of the planet; it's mostly a greyish-white world here now. It has its own fragile beauty and puts me in the right mood for Christmas.
Autumn colors! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Mary. Especially the first shot is worthy of a Magazine cover.ReplyDelete
Bon Voyage. Your upcoming trip sounds exciting. Have fun and take lots of pictures.
Thanks dear Gina.Delete
Yes, will take photos and hopefully be able to show you some new to me places whilst on the cruise.
Glorious - your blog is always so elegant - even in the beautiful leavesReplyDelete
Beautiful color in your garden. The leaves will keep the ground warm for the plants that sit there.ReplyDelete
What is your favourite season where you live? All of them look so incredible.ReplyDelete
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