Life in the dunes along Lake Michigan
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Thank you! All of these gold and ruby treasures just lying around for the taking, such riches we are blessed with.
Thank you. 🙂
Thank you, Autumn is a gift to comfort us for the end of all the summer things we love.
it ends so quickly but I like the fall. sorry have beeen absent of late, not much of a connection up here in the himalaya. winter coming fast here too.
Whoa…are you climbing? What are you getting ready to climb? I’d say post pictures but that is energy that should be spent starting warm, oxygenated and hydrated.
After a fashion…. On 2 wheels, loads of pics on my blog, http://www.seasurfdirt.com 🙂
Love the way the light radiates from the centre and glows out of the picture. Beautiful. Happy Autumn.
I spend hours on end in the fall woodlands lost in the rich colors. I’ve been powering through other obligations so that I could have the next 3 weeks free to let fall wash over me.
Lovely capture! I’m downunder in Australia and only this year went from not liking autumn to having it be my fav season of all. The change was because I stopped hating winter and I always saw Fall, as you say, as the gateway to that. So I completely agree with the concept of change being a constant 🙂
I just saw your photo with the acorn cap that suggests fall. Where I lived before fall was a one or two week affair but here in West Michigan it is a proper 2 month parade of exuberant colors accompanied by the scent of pumpkin and apples.
The scent of pumpkin! Wow, I’m trying to ‘go there’ but I can’t imagine. Apples for sure. Yum. Plus apples mean cider right!! You might be interested in this older post that focuses on Fall down our way. There is a disappointing lack of pumpkins but more acorns if that tempts. Cheers http://thirtysummers.com/2015/04/21/the-ethereal-beauty-of-autumn-colours/
The popular culture says that pumpkins are an extremely popular icon of white culture here in the USA. I started writing more then realized that pumpkins are worthy of their own entry. If I put on the glasses of an outsider I don’t get it BUT having been born and raised in the USA I cannot get enough PUMPKIN!
Fall is pretty spectacular here.
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