gardening in Nova Scotia, with an occasional maritime musing
Wonderful colours Chey - looks like you are in for a stunning AutumnKaren
Hi, Chey--Thanks for visiting my blog--and mostly for getting me over to yours. I love them both--your photos are wonderful. I grow daylilies, but know nothing about hybridizing--I look forward to visiting more often. Best, Cosmo
Doesn't it surprise you that we've this much color so soon? I was really caught off guard as we travelled through a secondary "back road" last weekend. You're right - I think the color will be spectacular this year.
Thanks for your visit and nice comment! Your photos are fabulous! It´s almost fall also here in Sweden...the maple is changing ´the colors...it´s windy...and rainy... but the roses are still blooming!Love Annie
Stunning colours. I have some witchhazel that are just beginning to turn and also a cornus. They go the most amazing red shades, and I love to see them lit up by the sun.Zoë
Beautiful colours. The visual feast of autumn makes up for the darkening mornings and evenings.
Chey Thanks for the tease...The radiant warmth of the orange you captured is a taunting glimpse of what beauty I can expect here in the next month or two. Regards from the West Coast
Lovely Chey ... what more is there to say! Just arrived at our cottage (2 1/2 hour drive north from home), stunned to see autumn's face after 2 weeks gone! Bittersweet for me but sugar feeds my camera lens ;)
Autumn hasn't got going yet where I live. Some brown and uninteresting leaves are falling as a sort of prelude.I'm looking forward to it. Not only will the colours (hopefully) be inspiring, I love the smell of it - very energising.LucyLOOSE AND LEAFY
Thank you for you're wonderful photos,you sure live in a beautiful place.I live in an old industrial town in England,called Rochdale,so I really appreciate seeing such wonderful pictures.Thanks again for raising my spirits,it's a great website.
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