Having had a rain yesterday, (and it is raining now) the colors of autumn are at their richest. Before it started pouring this morning, I had a chance to get out with my camera and take Bear for a nice long walk around our yard. I know the rain is not a welcome thing in the middle of harvest, but it is so very nice to have the dust out of the air for a little while.
|A lot of leaves came down with the rain yesterday. I love walking in this area of my yard when the maples give|
themselves a shake.
|I've brought a few pumpkins and gourds from the garden to adorn my porch, but there must be several|
hundred left to clean off. I love those colors!
|My garden sheds have also received the pumpkin treatment.|
|The marigolds are still going strong.|
|It looks like the middle of summer in this part of the yard. There is still|
a lot of transformation to look forward to.
|An upside down reflection of my world.|
|Absorbing all the details of the changing season.|
|The wild rose bush is a wonderful crimson.|
|Loving the droplets of rain on the grass.|
|We don't have much for red during our autumn, but it is speckled here and there among the yellow majority.|
|Sugar pumpkins set to ripen in the sun.|