Sunday, October 4, 2015

Early October

 Field and barn on October 1st

As you can see, the trees are still looking quite green, but the night temperatures are falling sharply so it won't be long for it to look like autumn here. The cut field looks like fall, though.

 Drying cow corn...but the fields, trees and shrubs are still green

Colours plus the fences emphasize the differences between the fields

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42 comments:

Andy said...

Yup... cold night temperatures do indicate that fall is very close. I hope to take a fall driving tour soon.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

It all looks and sounds very similar to the weather over here at the moment. My favourite time of year.

Mersad said...

Great view of autumn. Love the first barn shot.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Revrunner said...

A magical time of year.

Sandra said...

all beautiful, the brown and the green and all the textures in between. that is a lovely old barn and silo to

Blogoratti said...

What a fine and picturesque landscape.

Jacquelineand.... said...

It won't be long now; our eyes will be longing for green.

Cezar and Léia said...

Adorable scene. The second image is sublime, I love this Autumn landscape!
Hugs
Leia

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Lindo belas fotografias.
Um bom Domingo.

Kate said...

Fall is slow to arrive here in Minnesota, too. You caught the autumn spirit in these photos.

Amy at love made my home said...

What beautiful autumn scenes! Captured beautifully! xx

Kathy said...

Looks much like it does here in Texas. Many of our farmers are making their last hay cut of the year and the temps have dropped here into the high 40s/low 50s during the evening and we have gorgeous 70/80s during the day. I could live like this forever!

Mary Hone said...

I love that barn. And how surprising that your trees are still green.

Sharon Wagner said...

What a great barn to photograph. Rusty top and weathered sides. Perfect.

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

It was a fantastic 45 degrees here this morning- I LOVE it! I am so glad to finally see a bit of fall. Nice barn capture- I really like to see those rusty roofs!

Sylvia K said...

A great combination of summer and fall at the same time and wonderful captures of both, as always!! I love your blue, blue skies, too! They are a great back drop for your pics!! I do hope you have a great new week!! Enjoy!

VP said...

I am envious, it is not so nice in town...

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Pretty. I need to take a ride in the country. It's either too blasted hot here, or it's raining.

Linda W. said...

Lovely rural scenes!

Lowell said...

A nice series...perhaps you could do a repeat in say, three weeks?

William Kendall said...

Even with the trees still green, a very autumn feel to these shots.

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful color and light.

RedPat said...

The light has changed but only a few Maple trees have a bit of colour so far.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Lovely fall scenes.

Tammie Lee said...

i see a little gold in your trees, seems you are on the threshold of autumn. We are deeply into the season. Your photos are a joy to see.

A Quiet Corner said...

Great transitional photos....perfect!...:)JP

Michelle said...

Gorgeous scenes, no matter the color!

Jack said...

Three excellent images, EG. I am getting nervous about the delay in having the leaves turn. Last time that happened, there was an early ice storm and lots of trouble with broken trees and downed power lines.

Stephanie said...

Gorgeous views!

Lorna Cunningham-Rushton said...

I, unlike many, am happy to see green still all over. I know fall is inevitable, I accept that, but I'm holding on to the green as long as possible.

Small Kucing said...

Time sure flies fast.

Barbara Radisavljevic said...

Lovely photos. Loved the barn and the contrast between fields in the last photo. Any field not irrigated here is brown, and since our water is rationed, most fields are not irrigated.

Margaret Adamson said...

Gorgeous colours and lighting in these images

Cloudia said...

Wonderful golden scenes

llandudnopictures said...

My favourite time of year, lovely shots!

Jeevan said...

Lovely capture on barn and fields... the weather seems to be sunny to get good captures.

Pamela Gordon said...

Very pretty fall scenes. We don't have much fall colour here yet either and the grass is so green.

Debbie said...

open fields and lot's of country. i adore the feel!!!!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

The difference in color is nice, fall will bring out even more.

I can't wait!
~

Marie C said...

So beautiful! The fall countryside, that barn...brings back so many memories of similar scenes over the years for me!

NC Sue said...

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Rambling Woods said...

Beautiful fall colors Tina and very peaceful looking. I am guessing that cow corn is corn grown for feed? I guess I hadn't thought about there being different kinds but of course there would be.. Michelle

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