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The End of the Season

It is now November and the last of the trees are raining leaves.   We have come to the end of the fall season and winter is coming our way.   On a Sunday drive recently I captured a pond surrounded with beautiful fall colour.   I am sharing this view on Watery Wednesday and Outdoor Wednesday.

late summer colour with logo
Have a great day.   Valerie

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Gorgeous scene. The Autumn colors are just gorgeous. What a love photo.
EG Wow said…
Very pretty, Valerie! Love how golden the cattails are!
Judy said…
Peaceful autumn scene! I love the bright colours you still have!
So peaceful and serene. Stunning photos of the fall color. Take care, Jen.
Wow what a gorgeous scene! Love the picture. Thanks for sharing.

Jocelyn
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Jan n Jer said…
So beautiful..Dont you just wish that we could have a few more weeks of the Fall colors!
Pam said…
This is a picture perfect image of the splendor of fall at its finest, Valerie. Thank you for sharing its beauty.
Donnie said…
That could be a picture over my fireplace. It is so beautiful.
Marites said…
postcard perfect! the colors are just vivid and beautiful!
Autumn colors is the star of your blog. Lovely.
Joyce M
jeannette said…
Your colors are swinging out of the frame!
Anonymous said…
Wonderful fall colors
Ebie said…
One can never get enough of the colorful foliage. The landscape is beautiful!
Dinah said…
beautiful scenery!love the changing of the colors!

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Luna Miranda said…
serene and beautiful!
indicaspecies said…
Very beautiful shot Valerie. Fall colors are so very delightful.
Carol said…
Beautiful! What a difference the colors make in this land and waterscape. Lovely setting. ;>)
Lesley said…
Very nice... such vibrant colours. It is a shame the leaves have to actually fall off!
Bernie said…
It's a stunning scene! I adore the Autumn colours. I do hope the Winter that is creeping in over there isn't too horrid!
march on... said…
beautiful splash of colors :)
Looks so peaceful there Val, and wonderful muted autumn colours.
Judith
NatureFootstep said…
a very beautiful scenety. Too bad it is only for a short time.
Linda said…
That's so beautiful it doesn't even look real to me! We don't get that kind of color here!!
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These pics are absolutely magnificent with such cool colors of nature.
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A beautiful photo, we do not have good fall color here in E. NC.

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Shirley said…
Great colours here Valerie!
Custom Comforts said…
What vivid color ~ absolutely stunning!!!
Cindy

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