Hi Everyone! I'm back with more fall pictures. I have taken so many pictures this past couple weeks of the gorgeous colours in the landscape here in New Brunswick that I keep having to do posts about them. I could do a post every day but I won't. But, I did want to share more with you and I hope you aren't getting bored with seeing them. The leaves are falling kind of fast the past couple days as the days get shorter and the nights get colder. We've had heavy frost, wind and rain too. And we had little tiny white things floating on the wind out of very dark clouds. Thankfully they didn't amount to much and if they accumulated at all they soon melted in the sun. The above photo is on our back deck....a little vignette with pumpkins and mums and a great sign that I bought at Candle in the Window in Boisetown on a recent day trip. The mums have been under shelter from the wind and rain and the purple one has split down the centre from heavy rain we got last week. My annuals got frost last night....silly me forgot to cover them up....so they will have to be disposed of. I hope we get some warmer days so I can clean up things on the decks and put 'summer' away to rest for the next 7 months. That makes me sad....and hopeful too. ;) So, here are some more fall photos for you....enjoy.
One of our maples.
A pretty mushroom.
I never tire of this view from our living room window looking down our driveway.
The tree line across the road from us.
My favourite lane to walk down.
This is the reddest and prettiest I think this tree has ever been.
Confetti leaves litter the ground under the tree.
Some friendly...and nosey...neighbours. :)
There are even fall colours on my $1.00 trike. Red and rust. :)
All this beauty makes for many 'autumn blessings', don't you think?
Are you enjoying fall colours yet? In Canada? I'm pretty sure you are. In the US? Maybe you're just starting. Have you been out leaf peeping?
Thanks for your visits and comments! I have more photos from another drive in the country we took yesterday which I'll share in a couple of days.