Sunday, October 23, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 10/23/05


Flaunt It While You've Got It

11 comments:

  1. Morning Farmgirl! Gosh, such beautiful colors to show off! Lucky lucky you! They sure don't last long though, am glad you have captured it in photos and are willing to share! Have a great day!

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  2. I don't care what you say, I'm naming one of those trees Cashew....

    Pretty colors! We sure do miss that here in the desert.

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  3. Miss you, DD. What a beautiful fall photo. I can SMELL the pungent, bitter-sweet smell of Autum just looking at this!

    Hugs,
    BB

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  4. Hi Heather,
    So glad you're enjoying the fall colors on the farm with me. No, they definitely don't last long. I swear they are changing by the hour this year. : )

    Hi Jeff,
    Sorry, but those are walnut trees. : )

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  5. Hi BB!
    We were both typing comments at the same time so I missed yours! Autumn does smell nice down here. There is nothing like the first whiff of woodsmoke swirling out of the chimney to put you in the mood for cooler weather. : )

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  6. Look at the beYOOOOtiful leaves. Now that is a fall foliage pic. I love this time of year, unfortunately the rain here has caused a lot of leaves to drop a little earlier than usual but that's ok.

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  7. Gorgeous! That's one thing I miss about living in the midwest--the amazing fall color.

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  8. Breathtaking....just breathtaking

    Amy

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  9. farm girl.. i escaped france for few days and here in UK at the country side

    its autumn and the beautiful colurs are amazing... i just went to say hello to the horses.

    great change of scenery for me though every day i stand at the boats deck watching the changes of the weather.

    will be back blogging soon

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  10. The colours changing on the trees is breathtaking, Farmgirl you outdid yourself yet again. I have the same here with the leaves and the great colours. I love that the most about where I live.. The Niagara Escarpment is a real treasure.

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