Thanks, Hans, my sweetie and I spent the day hiking in the Catoctin Mountains Saturday - it was gorgeous out!
I think autumn has become my favorite season since I moved to north Georgia. We haven't used the A/C in weeks, some of the trees are starting to turn, I can go for walks or bike rides without sweating bullets. Love it.
Great pictures. Thanks. I love this time of year too. The leaves changing and falling, blowing around. The flocks of geese. The smell of smoke from the fireplaces. A nip in the air. Halloween. A few mornings ago I headed out early for an appt. and I could see my breath. Great stuff.
It's good to be alive.
'And the answer is... none. None more Gold.'
Fall is hands-down my favorite season...
Here is the leaf above not so macro...
and a great mossy stump:
Be sure to add these beauties to The Photo Booth.
IS that what you call it? Jamie and I couldn't figure it out.
I took a crappy photo of them on our way back to Annapolis so I could try to explain it to my wife. Your photo is MUCH better.
I actively watch for sun dogs and parhelion when the weather starts getting cooler....
I see you photographed the one on the Southern end.
Here's the best thing I found in the forest on Saturday...
When there were still lots of green trees, I was on the bus, heading for a rehearsal and all those colors (green, orange, red, yellow) reminded me of a fruit candy and childhood in general (can't remember the particular candy though).
Now when everything is yellow (the trees) and gray and dark (the city), I feel depressed. This morning I went to the balcony at my friend's house and I saw the grey and white and white and grey city in the mist... and the IRS building towering above
Love for all human beings is like listening to any kind of music. You just don't care.
The 3-Mike-7 devotee.