“I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.”
L. M. Montgomery,
Anne of Green Gable
Autumn beauty already. You are ahead of us by a couple of weeks I think.
Graham, looking back at my own photos from previous years, the shift to autumn colours seems to be pretty much "on schedule" here :)
These are great. I'm still waiting, but soon!
Thanks Barbara. Not quite sure how the NC climate compares to my part of the world!
Wow, it really IS golden! Nothing even close to this here yet.
Ginny, I suppose we're a little ahead of you with autumn setting in. Not that I'm sure exactly how our climates compare.
Gorgeous pictures, Monica! It is not yet quite as golden here, but will be soon.After a mostly grey week with some rain, yesterday afternoon the sun came back and is supposed to stay with us all weekend. It is rather cold in the mornings and evenings, though, and so I need to pack really warm clothes for my weekend at O.K.'s.
Well Meike, as we're further north here I guess that's as it "should" be (with the autumn colours). Hope you managed to choose the right clothes for the weekend! :)
even the rose seems to be getting in the fall colors. these are so beautiful, glowing with golden light.
Sandra, the rose is from the cemetery, and happened to be "spotlighted" by the low afternoon sun as I was passing by :)
The month of October was the very first time I visited Sweden, and although it was many years ago, the beautiful autumn colours have remained in my memory. The intensity of the leaves was almost as though someone had taken a paintbrush of pure colour to them. Such happy memories.
Glad you have happy memories of Sweden in October, CG. :)
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