Thursday, September 10, 2009

It may be Fall soon but I still found some beauties . . .

CLICK on to enlarge to see detail. . .


7 comments:

RuneE said...

One must make the best of it while one can. I'll have to do as you do and keep a sharp look-out.

PS Thank you for the comment - I must admit I love pun...

Viola said...

Hi! Thanks for comments :)
Yes, vegetables should be eaten raw. Besides boiled, I use to have some raw..
What great photos you have got here! The first two of them are so soft and lovely!
Here the leaves of the trees are still green..
Have a nice day! :)

Viola said...

Now I'm following you :)

Love Bears All Things said...

Even in Fall, God paints His creation with beauty. The first is the Thistle plant. The second looks like seeds on a tree, not sure which one. The third looks like passion flower.
Mama Bear

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Yes indeed you did find some beautiful vegetation to photograph!

Barb said...

Beauties indeed - I enlarged all. I'm hoping for some of this color to remain for at least a few weeks. (Wishful thinking here in the Rocky Mts, I'm afraid!)

Lew said...

Great shots! I think the first would make me sneeze. As for my new blog, I just created it today and had the comment setting wrong. When I get a few more images posted, I'll add links to the blog on my other blogs.

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