Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Wordless Wednesday ~ w Linky

November 13,2013

For this wordless Wednesday I have chosen 3 rather nondescript photos that  really speak for themselves...


I will call this post....

                                                             FALL


The Beginning...
                                         
The Middle...


The End.

Need I say more?

Note of interest.   The lovely tree photo received all due attention for it's beauty, the next two lacked said beauty.



32 comments:

  1. Ha, isn't that the truth. great pictures!
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  2. up until this fall, we have lived in the desert so this is something we didn't get to experience (the beauty) or the clean up- now living in the mountains, I am amazed at both the beauty and the mess!

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    1. Very different perspective, Amelia. I have learned something useful here. tks!

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    1. So kind of you to say so, ngpaloma, after all you are experiencing in your life.

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  4. The title of the post is very befitting. Such a beautiful time of year!

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    1. Indeed it is, Diana. Enjoy while we can.

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  5. Wow! you been busy now that is done you can leaf them alone now ...boom boom!

    Have a tanfastic week

    PS: I updated your link on my Linky to point to this post as it was linked to a much older WW post ;-)

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    1. Thanks, Steve. That happened last week with you as well. I wonder what I am doing wrong.

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  6. They certainly are beautiful in the tree, but man, I sure hate them on the ground!

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  7. I miss fall colors and leaves. We don't get to experience a nice autumn here in Phoenix like I'm used to seeing in Minnesota.

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    1. I do admit to loving the annual colors, but sure would love the weather in Phoenix. Thanks, Karly.

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  8. Love it! I'm missing fall this year, living in the land of summer, uber summer, or spring. There's nothing quite so magical as the colors, the cool air, and the feeling of change. =)

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    1. Magical,yes, but so would summer all year be,Crystal.

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  9. Interesting seeing the various stages of Fall. Beautiful colours. Thanks for hosting.

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    1. It does keep up the "change" factor,Judy. Glad you stopped by.

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  10. I gave up raking them a couple of years ago. I know it would be better for the lawn next year. I get my husband to drive over as many as he can with the lawn mower and call them mulched!! lol

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    1. If I had the option, I would do likewise,Kathy, but with a small area I really have no choice.

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  11. Kind of sad to see it all come to end isn't it...we know what's coming next!

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    1. Oh, Monica, I am acutely aware of the next season... especially post festive season.

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  12. We don't get the change of colors here. I miss those piles of color. I wouldn't even mind raking them up.

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  13. Great sequence of photos. I love them.

    Happy WW :)

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  14. You told the story perfectly well with three photos.
    I love fall ... but, yes, the yard work never stops.

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