9.19.2015

September changes it's Cloak


September changes it's Cloak


still a mix of greens and golds


accented with the bone white of aspen trunks
and 
ankle high 
amber brush


 creek walking
offers a myriad of fallen leaves


shades of green 
to find delight in

nest of puffballs
held in a green embrace

Autumn brings new wonders
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29 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Autumn leaves and colors. I love the scenery and lovely views. Have a happy weekend!

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  2. It shows that we have already the autumn and it is a beautiful station painting the trees and plants.

    Tomás.

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  3. Such a beautiful season. I really love the wee nest of puffballs!x

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  4. Fabulous autumn colours....love the aspen woods!
    The puffballs are beautiful.....

    Wishing you Happy Autumn!
    Ruby

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  5. Beautiful colours! We're probably a couple of weeks behind you. Some trees are turning, but others are still green.

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  6. Beautiful!!sAll of them :)))))

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  7. I just love autumn and the changing colours. You have shown them so beautifully here!

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  8. Enjoy your fall weather and the changing colors, Tammie. Love those little Puffies!

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  9. So lovely to see your stunning photos as you document the changing colors of early fall! xox

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  10. Mmmm. The yellows are so gorgeous amongst the greens!

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  11. You've got beautiful fall colors already!
    Wow, can't believe it's started.
    Soon it will join us here.
    Great shots.

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  12. It still looks like summer here in Maine. Your photos are wonderful, Tammie. Is this an early fall for you?

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  13. So, so beautiful! You are a little further ahead of us here in southern BC, but only a little.

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  14. Beautiful colours! Still al surprisingly green here.

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  15. Such beautiful autumn images! The yellow leaves and white trunks are lovely,Tammie.

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  16. Thank you for bringing my mind and spirit there for a little while - these gifts of nature, they heal everything, the sooth and calm...
    Wishing you happy days. :-)

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  17. More great captures!!!

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  18. Autumn is on it´s way...great images !

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  19. Oh yes this is exactly how I imagined your world to start changing around now, I love the Autumn colours. It's still very green in my part of the world, but even here the colours will change slowly as some trees turn yellow, I love this golden time, magical!

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  20. Very nice shots!
    Happy week Crissi

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  21. Oooh! I've never seen your little corner of the world looking so yellow! It looks like summer is over and you're heading for winter, since I get the impression autumn and spring are more brief transition periods than complete seasons! I hope all is well. I have been working very hard - the final five days of my course are here and I have just one more challenge ahead of me...!

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  22. When I saw the small thumbnail on my blogger feed I gasped. Those aspen are like wee golden bits hanging from the loveliest of trees. Simply breathtaking in every way. Oh, what a lovely season you are beginning to experience.

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  23. oooohhh....those yellow aspen leaves are gorgeous! We don't have color in our leaves yet here. Everything is still green. Your post has me in the mood for autumn color! :-)

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  24. I love your little nest of puffballs! What a little treasure stash these are.

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  25. Hi, again! How beautiful! The yellow leaves I’ve seen in person are ginkgo and birches, never aspens. I imagine these aspens would be at their best now. I like your words "green embrace"; the puffballs look resting protected by the greens gently and affectionately.

    Yoko

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  26. Where about in Montana do you live? It is gorgeous and reminds me a lot of when wee went to Glacier NP a few years back.Fantastic photos.

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    1. Hi Erika,
      You are right, I live in the NW corner of Montana, not far from GNP. These photos were taken there on a smoky day due to wildfires we have had this summer.
      Thank you for your kind message.

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