October afternoon–what a glorious day

October 16, 2013 at 9:33 pm Leave a comment

It’s such a beautiful day that I could not stay inside, and so I went out with camera in hand.

DSCF6452 the last of my morning glories, fading a little at a time

DSCF6453facing the sun

DSCF6457 bearberry (uva ursi arctostaphylus), with its red berries, a few maple leaves

DSCF6458michaelmas daisies

DSCF6459one last little flower on the scented geranium

DSCF6460still some gaillardia, but only one on this plant

DSCF6461sedum in its fall colour mode

DSCF6462an arrangement given to us as a gift for our wedding anniversary last month

DSCF6456It’s not snow on our roof, honestly, nor it is a wad of cotton balls. Just the angle with the clouds behind

Next day, a tour of the neighbourhood in autumn


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