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

November 7, 2015

Plymouth Foliage

Since the leaf peeping on the Cape wasn't so hot, I went up to Plymouth for a walk along the town brook.  Totally worth it. 











It was an easy walk to see the little covered bridge from where I parked at the Grist Mill.



A herring run.



The light pole was crooked, not me.


18 comments:

  1. Beautiful shots. I am a sucker for the water reflection ones. Those are my favorites!!

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    1. Thank you! Me too.....I love reflections!

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  2. Lovely pictures as usual JoJo. Fall is such a lovely season pity it comes before Winter. Gorgeous little covered bridge. Never seen one "in the flesh" as it were but seen many pix of them.

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    1. Thanks Jo! There are other covered bridges that are way bigger....enough to fit 2 lanes for cars to travel over. I love them...I know other areas have them but to me they are distinctly New England.

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  3. beautiful photos and lovely place to spend an afternoon walking!

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    1. Thank you! And it is beautiful for sure. I love Plymouth!

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  4. Love seeing the colours of autumn, and especially the crooked light. Glad you told us it wasn't you that was tipping slightly. You have some gorgeous images here.

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    1. Thank you very much! We finally got some more colour down here a few days after I shot these but the leaves are falling off so fast. You can't even tell I have a grass yard anymore; it's covered in brown leaves.

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  5. Jojo,
    those pics are magnificent!!!! That first one is
    out of this world. You're so talented.
    Cheers,Anita.

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    1. Thank you so much Anita! I'm a sucker for reflection pictures. Do you all get foliage like this in Australia?

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  6. Such beautiful pictures. Autumn is late and rather drab here his year. I remember 1987 when we had a near-hurricane in SE London on 16th October, and it was considered to cause more damage than would have been the case because of a late autumn with leaves still on the trees. Things have moved on fast.

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    1. Thanks Val! I remember that storm that hit England in the 80s. It was a bad one.

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  7. so,so beautiful,phyllis

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  8. I would love to sit in those chairs and just enjoy the peace and quiet for awhile. Such wonderful pictures. And that bridge - adorable!!

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    1. Thanks! Yes it would be so peaceful to sit there and just watch the creek and listen to the wind in the leaves. Aaahhhhhh

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  9. Goodness if you wanted to frame a phot you wouldn't know which one to choose. I love the reflections in the water.

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    1. Thanks!! I printed a couple for cards that I'll try to sell at my craft shows but I'd already matted a bunch of other pics and didn't have any more mattes.

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