Saturday, October 24, 2009

Sunday Stills, Fall Foliage at My House...






For Sunday Stills.. Fall Foliage at my own house.. oh, can you see that raking leaves will be a nightmare!

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful! For this beauty, raking is probably a "willing" sacrifice?
    ronelle

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  2. The colours of the foliage is outstanding!

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  3. The Japanese maple really enhances that whole scene. That is a great planting. All of your fall colors are great.

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  4. I've got some major raking of my own to do! We have a lot of Big Leaf Maples surrounding our place & the wind yesterday brought leaves down all over the place! Oh, well...makes good mulch! Your photos are great...your Japanese Maple is stunning. And I love how Kokopelli snuck into the last one! :)

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  5. I love raking leaves (but then I don't have to several times a year!)

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  6. Lovely colours. That maple is sooo beautiful. I would leave the leaves if I were you. They make good compost all by themselves.

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  7. Lovely colour leaves Great photos!

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  8. Very cool, love the Kokopeli..:-))

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  9. How pretty...the green against the red!

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  10. I love all the colors but the brilliant red is awesome!

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  11. You have a lovely yard. Raking leaves is good excercise and fun too. :):)

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  12. Such pretty red. We mostly have only yellow around here. And you know...I am LOVIN' your Kokopelli! I have them all over my house. Do you know they are a sign of fertility?
    Before I got pregnant with my twinlings I was given quite a few as gifts.

    I think they worked just fine.
    lol!

    ~Lisa

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  13. Really Really Nice. I also love your Header photo I find it really soothing very!!!pretty.

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  14. Jan, you are definitely having superb fall at your house! We have leaves to rake also, but mostly they just turn brown and fall off the trees. I'm still holding my breath for an early freeze so our lost maple will turn red. That only happens about every five years.

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  15. You have some wonderful fall color in your yard! I especially like the very red maple..he puts on a real show! :)

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  16. The red leaves are so beautiful, no need for flowers.

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