Sunday, November 8, 2015

Warm for November

 Tamarack cones

November has been surprisingly lovely! Tamaracks have turned a golden yellow and a few other deciduous trees still have some leaves. Even though many branches are bare - and will be for many months - it hasn't felt much like winter is at our doorstep...YET.

 Milkweed pod and seeds on parachutes

I was intrigued by the way the seed parachutes made a star before taking off! It was a windy day.

 Leaves beneath tree; wood to chop in background

Cow corn drying - almost ready to harvest

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36 comments:

Mersad said...

Wonderful sights of autumn. They are truly warm and cozy.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

William Kendall said...

Beautiful shots! Today felt cooler than it has been here recently.

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Beautiful November- these colors are so peaceful to me..part of why I love this season so much!

Halcyon said...

It was 17 degrees here today! This is the nicest fall I ever remember. Looks like yours is beautiful too.

Margaret Adamson said...

Yes it has been here also in the UK. Gorgeous shots

Revrunner said...

Milkweed makes such a great subject.

Linda W. said...

Great photo of the tamarack cones and golden needles.

TexWisGirl said...

lovely autumn.

Rose said...

Oh, EG, that first shot's color sure got my attention...then you have all the other great photos. I sure enjoyed them!

Lowell said...

Some very lovely shots, E.G. I'm waiting for the ones with all that white stuff on the ground, though! :))

bj said...

As always, dear CameraGirl, your photos are stunning. I especially love these with the golden hues....so pretty

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Beautiful seasonal shots.

Kay said...

Oh, the colors! I love those milkweed pods. they have motion even in a still shot!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

love that first shot

Ruth Hiebert said...

Lovely photos. It has been mild here too.

Stephanie said...

Lovely images!

edenhills said...

Beautiful images. We've had a pretty mild fall too.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Everything is Golden around you! How beautiful.

llandudnopictures said...

Great series of seasonal images!

NatureFootstep said...

the art of nature shared by you! Gorgeous!

b.."E"..th said...

love your fall colors. so warm. perfect for this time of the year. great shots. ( :

Darla said...

Beautiful time of year in your neighborhood

Small City Scenes said...

Our mountains are full of that bright yellow too. goes perfectly with the green of the other type of Conifers
MB

eileeninmd said...

Oh wow, lovely images and colors on the fields and sky. The cones and the seed pods are pretty. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

eileeninmd said...

Oh wow, lovely images and colors on the fields and sky. The cones and the seed pods are pretty. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

VP said...

An incredible set pf wonderful images! Brava!

cieldequimper said...

Such pretty shots! We had 21 degrees C yesterday. Unbelievable.

Cloudia said...

Cold for Autumn here in Marin. But I did find my first pine-cone in years!
Nice golden photos





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GreenComotion said...

Tina,
All are great snaps, but if I may be permitted, I am partial to #2.
Have a Great Week!
Peace :)

Tammie Lee said...

such lovely images,
i love the top two!

Pamela Gordon said...

The photos of the tamarack cones and the milkweed seedpods are beautiful!

Kate said...

Extraordinary photos oif fall scenes and objects. Love the cones.

Gunilla Bäck said...

So pretty! I love the cones and the seeds.

Tom said...

Lovely colors of fall.

Rambling Woods said...

Beautiful fall photos Tina...I have been watching the milkweed seeds but should have collect them in stead... I hope the weather holds out for a while longer..Michelle

Florence said...

Beautiful golden November days to savor!

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