Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Snow, but...

There may be snow on the mountains this morning, but we still have some vestiges of summer.

Garden Tours

This 'Love in a Mist' continues to peak out from the foliage as autumn leaves begin to cover Janet's garden east of Kamiah where Rachel, Maggie Pearl, and I toured last week.

Now doesn't this look like a pleasant place to sit?
I wish we'd had our lunch to eat as we sat to inhale the vivid fall colors surrounding on this

Autumn Reflections

As I waited for Rachel and Maggie at the Clearwater River bridge this scene took my breath away!

There is not a picture of the worms at Connie's garden because I didn't think you would appreciate such; it is something I treasure, but I'll keep the image to myself!


Connie said...

Very pretty fall images! So enjoyed your visit and it's OK you didn't get a photo of my composting worms....they are quite camera shy. When exposed to light, they quickly zoom to darker realms. :-)

Stacie, A Firefighter's Wife said...

Beautiful photos. Truly breathtaking!

Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

Gorgeous fall colors! I love the one with the log surrounded by the red leaves. Thanks for showing us a little bit of heaven on earth.

Aminta said...

Haha! I would love to have seen the picture o the worms!
Can you guess what Faith chose to be for Punkin Day???

Margy said...

Oh My, Oh My! Such glorious pictures, and from all over the place. Gotta love it! thanks for sharing. I love the name of the curly stuff. And no, I didn't miss those worms a bit. I have much sweeter memories of the summer heat in Connie's garden.

Cat said...

Aminta! I KNOW what Faith chose to be for Punkin' Day; I'm watching your blog. When can I come over?