Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer







Sunday, October 28, 2012

Autumn Colours and Reflections~



Autumn Colours and reflections from Tingsgrove and beyond. 
 
In order to get beyond our long journey images and posts, I am going to log in 2 posts with Mosaic Monday and Wildbird Wednesday this week. 
I hope that no one will mind.  I just have so many images that I had wanted to share and this was the best way that I could think of to do it.

Have a wonderful day and a blessed week~

I am linking up with Mary for:
"Mosaic Monday"
at:
http://dearlittleredhouse.blogspot.com/  

&

I am linking up with Stewart at:

Wild Bird Wednesday

(http://paying-ready-attention-gallery.blogspot.com.au/) 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A juvie Yellow-bellied Sapsucker lighty pecks a tree on the grove~
 

Mr. & Mrs. House Sparrow~
 

Yellow Rumped -Warblers become more easily seen, once the canopy of leaves begins to fall~
 

Gray Squirrels are busy burying nuts to get them through the coming weeks and months~
 

A Chipmink has made it's home not in the ground, but in a hollow branch of one of our Dogwood trees~
 
I had taken these images of the bursting Milkweed pods and only after I came home and imported them into my photo program, noticed that I had also gotten this Grasshopper~

The Crabapples on the tree across the fence from our home, is fully loaded with fruit.  I am looking forward to the arrival of the Cedar Waxwings that shall come and partake any day now...yeah~
Cullen is one of our 3 year old twin grandsons and he and his brother Kerrick below, were enjoying some leaf fun~
One of my favorite trees in our yard. 
While we were on holiday, sadly, one of it's largest branches came tumbling own~



 

17 comments:

  1. Mary, your twin grandson are adorable. Lovely Autumn colors and photos. Great shots!

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  2. your grandsons are so cute, playing in the leaves!

    but those reflection shots stole the show for me! GORGEOUS, mary! absolutely wonderful!

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  3. Your watery reflections are so beautiful. Evocative of all that's lovely about fall.
    Sweet grandboys. What fun you must have with two of them the same age.

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  4. beautiful beautiful images and those colours and reflections - just gorgeous! The images of your grandsons are lovely - oh to be young and enjoying playing in the leaves! I so love coming to your blog each week. Your photos are always a gift. Take care and have a wonderful week.

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  5. Beautiful colors and nicely photographed! The reflection is fantastic! The boys were obviously having a lot of fun and those are very cute shots!

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  6. Such awesome scenery! The vibrant autumn colors reflecting in the pond is beautiful.

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  7. Beautiful autumn colors and the boys look as if they are enjoying themselves with all the leaves.

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  8. these are some great photo of the colours and your grand kids love the leaves too.




    peter

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  9. Beautiful colours. The reflections are great. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  10. Gorgeous photos of fall colors. The reflections are stunning.

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  11. Wow! These are fantastic photos. I enjoyed them all.

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  12. Looks like a nice time of year.

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  13. LOVE!!! your photos Mary!! Estes Park is one of my favorite places ever!!! Thanks so much for the beautiful trip down memory lane...~(((<3)))~

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  14. Hi Mary,

    Well, I'm here, just a year and a half later! But, no matter, I can still enjoy the beauty of autumn any time, and your crisp and copper-y images have truly captured the essence of the season, full of rustic richness and rich, autumn hues. Critters and cute grands and winged lovelies, all appreciate its finery. Thanks so much for sharing the gorgeous landscape around your home.

    Poppy

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