( musings of a 'HO-HUM HOUSEWIFE' )
country road photo,
Michigan autumn photo,
Hi Joey,You are certainly capyuring the wonderful colour of the leaves. This year is suppose to be a really good year due to the weather we have had.I now know why you get colour change in the leaves. I patticualy like you top picture with the up and down road.Cheers Mark
Thanks Mark. Actually, this Michigan autumn (arriving late) has not been particularly colorful but 'in the eye of the beholder'.Enjoyed your autumn post. As always, your site is not only lovely but informative.
Your fall photos are just beautiful... Happy Autumn!
Thanks Connie ... as are yours! Happy Autumn to you also.
Dear Joey,These pictures are awesome! I was puzzled for some time wondering whether it is a picture or painting :) I am for the first time here, so I was not sure what your blog is about.Once again: what an amazing road and great pictured.Greetings from Poland,
Thank you for your kind words Ewa ... I enjoyed popping in on your lovey site also. It's always a joy to meet another avid gardener.
your site is beautiful. i love the way you've combined your photography with recipes. what a gift you have! i will enjoy visiting often. love the autumn colors... and the hilly road you captured. from florida we only enjoy such beauty from photos. :-(
Thanks meems ... Autumn in Michigan is indeed awesome but when winter is in 'full-bloom', hordes of Michiganders head to Florida! Guess we're both blessed ...
Beautiful fall colors Joey, and beautifully captured!!Cat
Hi Cat ... always a joy to hear from you. Unfortunalely, I'm on another blog respite ... my sister is again critically ill an needs me daily by her side.
Your collages are beautiful! My first visit to your blog..... so glad I hopped over. Get well wishes to your sister!
Thanks for the kind words, Kerri ... you too have captured a 'feast for the eye' autumn.
One day. We'll come to New England to see the leaves turning colour!
... and please include our beautiful state of Michigan on your autumn tour, Elephant's Eye. Surrounded by the Great Lakes with thousands of inland lakes and forests of hardwoods and evergreens, it's stunning! And I would one day love to visit your awesome piece of earth ... dreams do come true :)
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