9.30.2012

The Crispness in the Air

Happy Autumn!
 Last week I updated my blog page with a new Fall look. So, I guess it's time to get back to blogging. I can't believe how time has raced by since the last time I posted, but when you have a bunch of things going on ... you tend to loose track of time ... at least I do.
 Today I just want to say "WELCOME". I hope you start visiting my page again and I hope I continue to blog regularly.
 Has the crisp, Fall air appeared in your area yet? Earlier in the week I was thinking about how not much had changed this past month. The temperature had gone from 90's at the beginning of the month to mid 70's, but it really didn't seem to affect to many things. Then ... almost over night you could see the change. Fall is making her appearance quickly.
 I heard on the news Friday night that Colorado is already in "peek" Fall color. We are not that far along here in the mid-west, but the leaves are changing and falling so fast that it won't be long til all color is over and done.


 I'm still working "crazy" hours, leaving around 5am, so this morning I decided I need to get out  and take some photos before the only thing that is left is brown.
I hope that you are able to get out and feel the change in the air. Enjoy the beauty!

6 comments:

Terrie said...

Pretty blog backdrop. Fall is a season of sentimental. Love the crispness and cool. Changing color is beauty of nature. We're into autumn too. Enjoy the good days.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Nice colors, vicki.

;-)

Carmi Levy said...

Oooh, I'm so glad you shared these, Vicki. I can almost feel the crispness of the season in these pics...it's such a wonderful season, and you've captured that spirit so well.

Bob Scotney said...

With a blog heading like yours, you almost didn't need the pictures as well. Great first shot in particular.

laura.forestdreams:) said...

beautiful Fall!!! you can send some of that crispness down my way if you don't mind!! =)

Max Sartin said...

That first picture, with the red at the top of the trees that are still greenish at the bottom - fantastic!