Monday, November 23, 2009

Autumn At Black Squirrel Run

I've gone out a number of times over the years to photograph autumn trees.

This year, though, I gained inspiration from a friend whose born in "a purple month" and photographed the hydrangea bushes in The Writer's Refuge, in all their autumn splendor.

Thanksgiving comes up this week, and among the things I have to be thankful for are friends who make blogging Fun. That becomes more and more important, when you're into your fifth year, because being a blogger Can be work.

What is there left to say, other than... enjoy?

Photographs by Kilroy_60


Marion said...

Hydrangea leaves in the Fall are intensely beautiful, just as your photos show. I miss them, as they don't grow in the north, but your post has helped somewhat with homesickness!

Unknown said...

these are beautiful in the summer and in fall great photo's!!

cindy said...

The colors are so vibrant-I feel like I can reach in and touch them.