It’s Starting to Look Like Fall

5 Oct

This time of year, I really wish I had trees whose leaves turned brilliant colors.  Alas, mine generally just fade into brown.

Same tree a few days later (and Tony has moved between these two images) an a lot more brown.

Tony in the back, Xerxes and Aurora in front

Cinnamon under the tree

Luckily, I found some brightly colored leaves at my dad’s house!

I still have some splashes of color on my farm.  The flicker provides some.

northern flicker

The mallow is still going strong.  It doesn’t mind a cold, fall rain.  If we don’t get a hard freeze, it will keep blooming until Thanksgiving.

My corn is turning, but there’s still lots of bright green in the buffer strip.

I even managed to get a mini pumpkin from my garden!

Of course, Sky is my assistant photographer.  Boy, is he a great help!

I love this time of year.

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4 Responses to “It’s Starting to Look Like Fall”

  1. janicead October 5, 2018 at 5:51 pm #

    He was simply giving perspective to the pumpkin’s size.

  2. Jeanne October 5, 2018 at 11:57 pm #

    Great pictures! I especially like the one with. Sky’s nose and the pumpkin! Very cute!

  3. Eileen Wise October 6, 2018 at 3:11 am #

    Hello, pretty Autumn colors. I love the pumpkin and view of Tony! Happy weekend!

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