While the “Endless Summer” hydrangeas are pleased to support my delusions that it’s still summer, the sugar maples won’t play along. One thing is clear: autumn is on her way.
To see who else is strolling today, visit the Quiet Country House.
Filed under Gardening, Home, Living from Scratch, Outside
Tagged as autumn, hydrangeas, maple, sunday stroll
Your photos are wonderful! I love the autumn maple leaves against that incredible blue sky. Great perspective!
So I noticed your tweets on the sidebar…I ate the last of the turtles we bought in Indiana yesterday so if you have any left… 😉
How beautiful the maple colors are. Thanks for the preview. Here in the south all we are seeing right now are hints and teasing winks of color, I love the colors of autumn.
So sorry, Jena, but any extra “Turtles” have already been claimed!!!
I’m with Aisling and Cloudhands; I also LOVE the maples against the BLUE sky! And those hydrangeas, my absolute favorite flower.
Thanks for sharing, Abbie!
Ah, my favorite time of year – warm days and cool nights. Leaves turning but blooms still out. I can smell the sharpened pencils too. 🙂
In Oklahoma we haven’t quite reached the point of trees turning, probably another 2-3 weeks, maybe four depending on temperatures (which have actually been mild for this time of year). But fall is my favorite season and if I live vicariously through other people’s transition into the season it prolongs mine, so thank you!
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