November 30, 2013

Days 281-287

Day 281
 These lovely orange leaves are but a memory now . . . a week later the tree is bare.  
A late November wind will do that.

Day 282
 A little treasure from the Christmas Craft Sale.

Day 283
Garden angel watching over a last fair rose.

Day 284 
 Kind of an odd way to capture fall colour  . . . in black and white.
I do rather like it though.

Day 285
 I have been using this just about every day for this last week.

Day 286
 Some photo play with the pumpkin shots from a few weeks back.

Day 287
Methinks the blooming will be done before Christmas arrives.  
More buds showing up on the backside though . . . ♥ ♥ ♥

November 20, 2013

Days 274-280

Day 274
 I never get tired of watching these little friends.

Day 275
 The brilliance of the sun refuses to be obscured whether by cloud or evergreen tree.

Day 276
 Leaves down the lane still green in late autumn.

Day 277
 ♫ Rubber ducky, you're the one, you make bath-time so much fun . . . ♫

Day 278
 . . . has many faces . . .

Day 279 
 Soup bones simmering for hours made pretty trails on the window.

Day 280
Little gingerbread snow-boy fridge magnet.

November 12, 2013

Days 267-273

Day 267
 'Twas a perfect day for shooting some autumn colour.

Day 268
 The spirea bush does not normally change colour but this branch decided to dress up fancy and stand out from the crowd.

Day 269
 Sweet boy . . . came for snuggles again.

Day 270
 That comes in green, yellow or red . . . which do you prefer?

Day 271
 Golden glory tree.

Day 272
 A favourite mug with great advice.

Day 273
There will be blooms on the Christmas cactus . . . happy sigh.

November 4, 2013

Days 260-266

Day 260
 Ruffled feathers.

Day 261
 This little mushroom village sprouted up overnight.

Day 262
 A perfect pumpkin at the pumpkin patch.

Day 263
 Beautiful orange Zacky-boy  . . . what are you doing on the kitchen table?

Day 264
 Some leafy stragglers bravely hanging on.

Day 265
 Autumn beauty.

Day 266
The dahlia's were very slow growing this year but are sharing the love long after other's have packed it in for the season.