An autumnal vignette. I painted the pumpkin a few years ago.
I've been using my iPhone for taking photos a lot lately. It takes great photos and I share some on Instagram - (playingwithmycamera) (private account but I do accept followers I know). The phone is always with me and not cumbersome like my camera. It's quite practical!
We had a rain day on Tuesday and it cleared off in the late afternoon. I liked the contrasting colours of green, dark grey and blue in this shot.
The afternoon sun was shining in the dining room window one afternoon and played through the aqua mason jar onto the platter and gourds.
My dearest reaching high into the apple tree at the orchard to get at the Macintosh apples on Sunday afternoon. The lower branches were all picked off. Next week the Cortland and HoneyCrisp will be ready.
There were scattered showers all around the area yesterday afternoon which was cool to see as they dropped from the dark clouds and the sun was shining too. It was another chilly windy day.
There was even a little rainbow over the valley. I edited this one in Instagram.
A variety of local goods available for purchase at the apple stand.
I love the clouds in this shot. Note the trees are getting more colour in them.
I cut some cattails last Sunday and this one was a double one on a single stalk. Have you ever seen one like this?
The view out the front window today. It's a beauty of a day so I think I'll go out and take a nice walk....and maybe some photos. We are in for some rainy days later in the week.
I was saddened to hear of the passing of Pat, who blogged at Back Porch Musings, a few days ago. She was one of the very first bloggers I followed when I started this journey 6 years ago and I enjoyed her decorating ideas through the years. I have missed seeing her posts the past few months of her illness. She will be greatly missed by her husband and family and many blogging friends.
I hope you all had a lovely fall weekend and that the week ahead will be a beautiful one. Are you seeing fall colours in your area yet?
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