Monday, September 10, 2018

Pictures not at an exhibition

Autumn is my favorite season.  I love when the angle of the sunlight changes.  Everything is sharper and clearer.  The weather is crisp and cool.  It is just lovely outside.  I tend to go on longer and longer walks with my dog because it's so pretty out I don't want to go back inside.

The trees here are turning colors.  There are two young maples I pass by that went fully red last week. I didn't have a chance to take a picture until last night, and they're now already past their prime, but still lovely.  Here is one of them.  Love the red leaves against the white bark against the blue sky.


This tree is not even half-yellow yet, but I just liked the way the late afternoon sun was shining through it.

The neighbor's trees going red...


Two perfect leaves...

And because one doesn't live in Idaho with seeing lots of meese, here is a young male we saw while driving around the other day. 




2 comments:

  1. Meese :-) It should so totally be a word.

    We've got one tree that's got a little yellow showing up, but that's it. Sigh. Fall will come here eventually, I know. At least it's only in the 70s today, not the 80s like they threatened. Going to get a lot of rain this week, thanks to Hurricane Florence. Oh boy.

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  2. It should! Goose, geese, moose, meese. Seriously, English language... what's up.

    Yay for no heat today. And fall will come soon. My current latitude is much farther north than you, so I luck out with the early fall. We might get rain this week, but nothing like you guys. Just a drizzle, I suspect.

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