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A beautiful autumn photo courtesy of Stuart. What a wonderful walk.
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One yellow tree, courtesy of Stuart. 🙂
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An autumn walk in East Yorkshire, courtesy of Stuart. 🙂
A long, lingering look before the winter nap …
… see you next year. 🙂
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A beautiful autumn tree tunnel from Stuart. It wouldn’t be a surprise to come across The Three Bears. 🙂
Red is my favourite colour, so maybe that’s one reason why I like autumn so much; my favourite hue is on vibrant display everywhere!
The colour of energy and life and passion and adventure, red’s long wavelength is difficult for the visual cortex to ignore. That’s why it’s also the colour of stop signs and fire vehicles.
Red always says, hey, hey, look at me! And in the autumn, that exhortation is also a reminder that we had better enjoy our leafy canopy before it’s gone.
Happy Saturday. 🙂
These yellow daisies are still bright and pretty, even though they are fading and will be over soon.
I am back in the north and it is overcast and snowing (it will snow at least a little every day for the next six weeks), but I enjoyed a very nice autumn.
Happy Friday, happy weekend. 🙂
A moody autumn day …
… not sure if it should rain or shine.
In Penticton, roses are still to be found, budding and blooming.
I don’t know how much longer they will last, but they are a lovely find.
The Japanese Maple is a lovely tree. It has a beautiful shape and then turns brilliant red in autumn.
Even in strong autumn winds, it does tend to hold on to its leaves quite well.
Penticton has many of these trees and they are still providing glorious colour!
Happy Thursday. 🙂