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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

the colors of November

The color of October is gone.  While the grass is still a deep green the fields are white, blond and brown. The trees are bare branches reaching toward the blue or gray sky.


Sunrise on the first of November.



This first day of November was a frosty one.
The golden sun shone through a fog and made the frost sparkle on
the landscape.



Leftover snow from the weekend storm lays on the plowed-under garden
and the unharvested field.

November has it's own beauty.
We just have to step out and look for it.

I hope you can take a drive or walk to see the beauty
of November.  Take a picture and post it.
Or tell me.
I'd like to see what you see.

I am joining Kim at A Southern Daydreamer for


Won't you drop by and visit?

Blessings,

Pamela

27 comments:

  1. Who would have guessed that white would be in the color mix already?!

    Lovely shots.

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  2. We still have so many leaves yet to fall. I so enjoyed all your photos...they're lovely.

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  3. Hi, Pamela!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment for me today. I love your blog! Your photos are gorgeous, but that first one is breathtaking. I'll most definitely visit again soon!

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  4. pamela! Hi again! Love your photos here, and I see you are from New Brunswick. I live in Texas, but my daughter lives in Moncton. Was up to visit her last July and thought it was such a lovely area. Best to you, and i like your blog! Will be back to visit again.

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  5. November does have its own beauty, even if to some it might feel stark. Sometimes it feels that way to me. It has my favorite holiday, but it is not my favorite month.

    I see the snow is melting...this is a good thing. And I heard that next week is going to be even warmer than this. Yay! We still have a bit of snow and we even still have a bit of foliage. We even have some trees that have not yet turned. What a strange year!

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  6. What a special gift it was to visit your blog this week. Your first photograph showed us what November lighting really looks like. Good job.
    Joyce M

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  7. A little bit of a shock to see that snow...but still it's beautiful in it's own way isn't it?

    Great shots, and I love the sunrise, that has it's own special beauty in it.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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  8. Beautiful snow! I lost my bet that we would have some white stuff here before October ended.

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  9. Beautiful....
    Great captured great moments...Very nice. The November is always so lovely...

    Games For Young Children

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  10. Hello Pamela:
    Such striking images with which to start the month. But, oh dear, signs of snow this early on!

    Happily, although much colder here now, it remains dry and the days are sunny.

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  11. I love all your pictures.Sooo pretty.

    Kathy

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  12. You can make melting snow look beautiful! And what a good reminder to look around. But here we have beautiful leaves awhile longer. And always many pine trees, so it never gets too barren looking in winter time.

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  13. Beautiful pictures, Pamela! We had a few flurries on the weekend, but nothing like you had! Lots of frost this morning though! Have a great day!

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  14. The first photo is very beautiful, looks like it should be framed. The trees here are just about at their peak color which means we will be getting the rakes out soon. I enjoy your photos very much.---------- Shannon

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  15. Such beautiful pictures. Every month has its beauty, right?

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  16. Beautiful photos! I love them and oh my, do they look COLD, so glad I don't live in such a cold Country! LOL!!!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  17. It always surprises me when I see pics of snow, I forget that winter is well on its way...I have a quick reminder when I step outside and forgot to put my jacket on...brr...cold! It was very mild today in Ontario, we reached 15C...no jacket today! Diane

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  18. Great atmospheric captures Pamela - interesting especially as we here in the southern climes of Australia are approaching Summer (during which times I would prefer to be in the Northern hemisphere as temperatures soar into the 30s and 40s Centigrade!). However, God gave us the seasons for reasons.
    Wonderful header collage by the way. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Pamela, I have to get out with my camera and see what I can find for color in November. I know it's out there, lurking.

    I love all of your images, the sunset is especially gorgeous.

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  20. Beautiful photos, Pamela. I would just as soon skip winter weather! And November is the month that usually ushers in the colder weather and sometimes snow here in mid-Missouri. I've been noticing a lot of squirrel's nests high in the trees with the leaves falling leaving a lot of the trees now bare.

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  21. Hello Pamela
    Great photos of the old barn.
    There are so many beautiful changes that November brings, and on my morning dog walks the last couple of days, the sunrise over the trees has been beautiful. You have captured an amazing one to share.
    Judith

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  22. Hi Pamela! Just beautiful snaps! I'm sure it's a bit cold in your area!
    Thanks for popping in to see my little Carter.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  23. You do such a good job of capturing the beauty. I'm always frustrated by the difference between what I see with my eye and what comes out of the camera. We still have beautiful warm afternoons, and the cottonwoods are a vibrant yellow. It is a stiking time of year.

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  24. Lovely shots, Pamela, and I love the photos in your blog header as well.
    It is cloudy and cold here today - so I'm staying in and visiting my blogs. Hope you have a beautiful weekend!
    Hugs,
    Zuzu

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  25. We got some snow here in Nova Scotia today, but thankfully it didn't stay. I don't think I am mentally prepared for snow :)
    Love your photos Pamela!
    Blessings,
    Angie

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