Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Mellow Deep

Mellow deep fall

As mornings get crisper and the landscape around moi transforms into a vivid palette, I feel like painting my blog in rich autumn hues. The colorful denizens of Harley Davidson museum will have to wait.............:)

Ablaze

Clad in autumn hues

17 comments:

Kunal said...

arent colors so very happening!!!

Kunal said...

arent colors so very happening!!!

Kunal said...

arent colors so very happening!!!

Kunal said...

oopsie!

June said...

Such lovely images...love this time of year!

TBC said...

Beautiful shots! Fall's my fav season.

photowannabe said...

Simply scrumptious Moi. Illinois really gives you color doesn't it?
Love the composition of the last shot with just the tops of the fence showing.

Hilary said...

Beautiful shots.. particularly that last one. It's a wonderful blend of textures and shapes.

Lori said...

How gorgeous! The first one reminds me of a stained glass window. These photos are amazing!!

tommie said...

These are absolutely gorgeous! This is my total favorite time of year. Moi, I love all the colors, the greens, to reds, oranges.

I swear when we ever retire to live in one place forever, I will plant a tree that does this....one day I will have a tree like this! Until then, I will just just admire yours!

Faye Pekas said...

I'm glad you felt like painting in colors today. The bottom picture is gorgeous. I love love love the fall colors!

ruth said...

"Mellow Deep" - perfect way to describe autumn. I love it so much! Where is that gorgeous row of posts? What a photo - time for a picnic.

Love the leaf shots. :)

laurel said...

I guess you and I are on the same page nowadays...two girls who have been in Florida too long and are in complete awe!

I can't stop taking pictures of all the colors around me!

annulla said...

Oh, those changing leaves are exquisite. I love to see them turn, but I sure hate to see them fall.

Blather From Brooklyn

Gawdess said...

fire leaves burning on the trees - WOW

Shalom said...

Never really been an autumn person, probably because we've never really had "autumn" anywhere we've lived! But these images have made me a convert.....it must be absolutely divine out there now....sigh...

Sarad said...

i can relate to the second pic. the first and third are also great.