Mt. Rainier and Lenticular Clouds - Dec. 2008 copyright: JMM

October 22, 2012

Foliage!

Got off to a slow start here, foliage-wise.  Either that or I'm still expecting the early and then slow build up and peaking at Thanksgiving like on the west coast.  But once it started.....WOW!

Downtown BBay


 Downtown BBay

Across the street from my house.  I have gathered and preserved quite a few red leaves.





Bourne Pond.

 On the BBay rotary.

East Sandwich



Hoxie Pond again

Sumac next to the tracks

Cranberry harvest.

12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Ours are just falling off the tree =(

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  2. The fall colours are especially gorgeous this year.

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  3. GORGEOUS! Hey, don't forget you're at the A-Z today. You should add a blurb and a link at the end of your post inviting your readers to the A-Z!
    Tina @ Life is Good
    http://kmdlifeisgood.blogspot.com/

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  4. Isn't it awesome to live in a place where there is beauty like that?!!

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  5. The UK is getting a spectacular autumn-colour show this year too :0)

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  6. The brilliant colors against that sapphire blue sky is indescribable.
    Unfortunately we in south Florida don't get to see much in the way of Autumn colors.

    Love the photos of the changing trees along the river. With the river in front and that magnificent sky behind, it creates one truly inspirational photo. The beauty and the wonder of Nature.

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  7. So beautiful JoJo! Sadly, our leaves don't last long... they are there one minute, turn beautiful colours, and in a flash, are gone! As usual your photos are amazing.

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  8. Beautiful fall colors!! Your lucky to still have such colorful trees, our trees are past their peak here in the Midwest.
    Valerie
    Everyday Inspired

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  9. Just lovely, makes me miss Ohio at this time of year!!! I always say that the south has the spring, but the north has the autumn... I guess nobody gets it ALL! But that beautiful bright red just doesn't happen here like that, ditto the really bright yellows. Its nice alright, but not *stunning* like that! (When my southern husband finally saw a northern autumn he was dazzled!)

    Now, in spring, the azaleas in the south get really bright red and magenta-pink, which I haven't seen anywhere else. Its like you get one or the other!

    I guess the answer would be to have so much money you could live in both places part of the year. :) The rich people all go to Hilton Head (from New York and places like that) during the spring. Now, that's livin.

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  10. Gorgeous photos.I love the colour of the leaves at this time of year especially when trees of different colours are all grouped together.

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  11. I absolutely love the photos with the trees reflected in the water! Gorgeous!!

    Kathy
    http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

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