Thursday, October 15, 2009

Touch of Autumn's Beauty

While out walking the other day I noticed the tree down by the shop was starting to turn. I love the way Mother Nature starts at the top and exposes her beauty. The photo doesn't do this beauty justice. The leaves are a rich deep burgandy pink.
Thanks for swinging by today to say hello. If you're not a follower, now might be the time to join, so you won't miss out on the upcoming fun events I have planned. Keep checking back for yet another fun clue to be exposed for the Blogoversary Give Away Basket. Just my little thanks.
hugs ~lynne~


21 comments:

bennie and patsy said...

DON'T YOU JUST LOVE FALL
PATSY

KMfamily ;-) said...

HI Lynne,
Thanks for your tip on getting my little monster in his own bed.
Im going to see what happens tonight 7 try to get him back in there while hes half asleep.

I love fall splender!!
The best is when you are under a tree that is starting to burn & the sun is out. Look up - & the colors of all those pretty leaves are even more intense.
Thanks for sharing!
Love hoppin over here!!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh aren't the colors of the turning leaves just wonderful. So pretty. Hugs, Marty

salmagundi said...

It's beautiful here also - only different. We don't have a lot of red - just gold. I call it Autumn Glow. Enjoyed seeing your touch of red; I bet that tree is beautiful in all of its glory. Take care, Sally

Tootsie said...

the trees didn't even get a chance to turn in my yard...the snow just ruined fall completely!

onlymehere said...

My camera doesn't capture the true beauty either. Our leaves are all gold and red and they're beautiful but don't look too great on the camera. I guess I'll just have to keep enjoying my view from the window or outside in person!

xinex said...

Beautiful tree, Lynne. Our leave keep falling and I keep sweeping the deck that I am afraid the trees will get bald before changing colors....Christine

Fifi Flowers said...

Love the leaf colour!!! No leaf changin here yet... le sigh!

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

GM my dear friend...Girl I love this tree...do you use any of those beautiful leaves..I been thinking about you all this morning...wanted to call but seen you were working...No results on Len yet..Just another down in my life girl...and I know you understand that one...Can't wait to see you 1 year gift basket my friend...just know it will be great with you doing it...like everything you do...Love ya sis...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Blondie's Journal said...

I did not realize the colors start to change at the top of the trees until you pointed it out!!

Our leaves are just starting to change and fall off. And we have had a lot of rain. Fall is officially here!

xoxo
Jane

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Pretty - thanks for sharing. Started to say no color here, but just looked up and saw some yellow on the the hickory nut tree. Fall temps here today - out and about half of the day and glad I had a sweater on.

Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

Hello Lynne~ I love the autumn colors. I usually create a bouquet of branches and put them as a centerpiece on my table. I fill the vase with wild rose hip and pyrocanthis berries. Fall is truly
one of my favorite time of years.
Thanks for bringing the beauty closer through your photos.

Sweet wishes,
Sara

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

So pretty Lynne. Hope you and your husband are doing well. laurie

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Lynn, I love looking at fall on your blog because we're still having summer here! ;-)

XO,

Sheila :-)

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Lynne, the tree is so gorgeous. Thanks for entering my giveaway and posting on your blog...you are a sweetheart.

Looking forward to your blogging anniversary.....woooooohoooooo!

Barb ♥

Shelia said...

Hi Dear Lynne! Oh I would love to see some turning leaves. It's not going to happen around here so I'll just live fall through all of you.
Be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

Diane @ Four Paws and Co said...

Great pictures Lynne! ♥

LV said...

Whatever type trees these are the color of the leaves makes them a really pretty sight. Thanks for dropping by.

English Cottage in Georgia said...

Lynne, the tree is absolutely beautiful. Fall is such a beautiful and invigorating season.
I have enjoyed my visit to your lovely blog and thank you for the sweet comment you left while visiting me.

Lady Katherine said...

Just wanted to say goodbye for a while, as I go into surgery and will not be able to blog for a long while. Take care of yourself and hubby. Happy Fall!

Lady Katherine said...

Oh, the tree is lovely! Hope I get home to see our Hickory nut Tree turn!