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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Sunday Stills "Signs of Fall"

Our first hard frost came this past week, leaving
look of sugar glaze on the hay bales. The frost also nipped

some of the flowers in my yard but not all of them! 

Another sign of fall, is the farmers starting to havest their corn.

Each year my mother-in-law plants a
huge garden and shares it with us. Fall
brings us lots of potatoes and tomatoes
from her.


The trees, bushes and grasses are turning color and
seem to glow in the early evening sun.

11 comments:

2browndawgs said...

Beautiful pictures. They are all great, but I especially like the one of the red tomatoes.

dibear said...

Lovely Fall views. Soon is will be really cold there!! I think the hay bales with the frost is my favorite. :)

Shirley said...

We're still waiting for that first hard frost. It can stay away, I still have tomatoes ripening!

Firas said...

The quietness of the cornfield in your photo has a calming effect.

Anonymous said...

What a great selection of photos, the sure all remind me of fall.

Crystal from ranchriding

Ebie said...

Farm fresh harvest, I love that! Beautiful landscape!

Horses Are Our Lives said...

I'm not ready for frost. Harvest seems to be late this year. But they'll be in the fields this week.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Love that first frosty shot..and your tomatoes look really, really good:)

aurora said...

Nice collection! Wish I could grow potatoes like that. Great shot of frosty hay, definitely says early Fall.

Regular Guy said...

Nice shots, like the harvest picture. We saw bales of hay like yours on our venture. It had a big ground hog rooting around in it.

Amish Stories said...

I thought id stop by your blog and say hello. And i hope your enjoying the beautiful fall weather that has begun. Richard from Amish Stories.