Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Thanksgiving/ Nature Notes

November can be beautiful too!

When I think of November I usually think of dreary skies and landscapes with brown and more brown. BUT this year has proved me wrong. Yes, there IS a lot of brown. But wait! Not all browns are created equal! The browns have ranged from off-white to rich chocolate and even some gold. Plus, evergreens, ferns and some grasses are still offering various shades of green.

Moreover, the skies have not been nearly as dull as I had imagined...not ALL of them anyway. 

It's NOT Thanksgiving here in Canada (We celebrated in October), but I want to wish bloggers across the U.S. a very happy day with friends and relatives.

For more Nature Notes,  please visit Michelle at Rambling Woods by clicking  HERE.

25 comments:

Jacob said...

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder - or camera lens, as the case may be. You've proven November in Ontario to be quite pretty...love the collage!

Have a great day!

see you there! said...

Your November has a wonderful palette of colors.

Darla

Lyndsey said...

What a nice set of pictures. Even though the brown they are very interesting to look at, and I enjoyed them very much!

Farmchick said...

Very nice set of pictures, and you are right, November can be beautiful.

Gattina said...

In fall I see everything brown, grey and black, lol ! wished I could sleep until spring !

Diane AZ said...

Your November browns are so lovely and the subtle blues in your images compliment the various browns perfectly.

Nukke said...

Have a Nice Thanksgiving Day !!!!

B SQUARED said...

Oh go ahead! Celebrate again. We don't mind.

rebecca said...

thank you for your beauty and warm wishes for all.

love these natural tones...

kaye said...

very beautiful--we have sun and snow this morning, and bitter cold wind. You have a lovely weekend too.

Small City Scenes said...

Brown is one of my favorite colors--maybe because I am a November child. Brown and gold--brown and orange--brown and turquoise--I'll stop now. OK?
Super collage--yours are always marvelous.
And thanks for the Thanksgiving wish--I am just thankfor for all the blogging friends across the whole world. MB

RedPat said...

Lovely November pics! The skies have been brighter than normal - nice.

Pam said...

Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for sharing the beauty of the Nature that surrounds you.

Viola said...

Oh gorgeous photos in beautiful frames!! Love it!! :) Yes the tunes in brown, I love them too! :)

Have a lovely Thanksgiving to you! :)
We don't celebrate it here.

Rose said...

Well, it has been bleak here today...rainy and dreary. But had sleet this morn..so could have been worse.

Even then, this type of weather is beautiful in its own way...love the shots in your collage.

I hope someday soon to have time for an actual photo hunting drive. It has been since the first of October since I have been out and did very much rambling around...and I miss it.

Becky and Gary said...

Brown is beautiful if you just let your eyes wonder a bit. In case you get tired of brown just wait a few weeks and it will be all white! LOL
Have a great day EG.
B

Randy said...

Great shots. Another duck who is happy he's not a Turkey in the U.S.

Linnea said...

I'm catching up on your posts. These are wonderful. I agree, browns can be stunning! You live in such a lovely place. Thanks for wishing us a happy holiday!

jo©o said...

Happy THANKSGIVING to you and thanks for being a cyber friend.

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour dear EG,
wow this collage is magnificent, I think this scenery is soooo romantic!
Hugs
Léia

Gill - That British Woman said...

that is a lovely collage of photos......

Gill

Kerri said...

FABULOUS collage! I agree that November is beautiful .... actually every month is if we slow down long enough to look at it :)

Paulie said...

You did find the good in an otherwise dreary world in Autumn just before the scenes winter brings!

Carver said...

I love the variations of winter and you captured that so well with these shots.

Rambling Woods said...

I added you to the linky...You make a very good point...I need to learn to appreciate the more muted colors myself....a bit of snow here...cold... brrrr.....Michelle

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