November 10, 2009

The color of late fall.





Meade said...

Life is also almost unbearably beautiful.

Thanks again for the bloggy daily reminder.

ricpic said...

The last warmth to go is the warmth in the grass,
Which soon will be leached of all color, alas.

rhhardin said...

Cat detected behind the coralberry.

chickenlittle said...

Ah, the Arboretum.
The top is the spring flowing into Lake Wingra, no? You blogged a photo of the same view in late summer?

And the bottom one-gorgeous-just don't tell anybody about the Beltline behind that bank of trees in the background.

MadisonMan said...

This is a very un-Novembery November. It's hard to believe that Thanksgiving is in 2 weeks.

traditionalguy said...

Winter this way cometh.

edutcher said...

I thought the Red Chinese owned Technicolor. Now I know where the A-Team has been the last few years.

Very pretty, and such a spectrum.

You have a wonderful eye, Ann.

WV "chlogeso" What happens when your tanker runs aground.

JAL said...

rh --

She really is quite beautiful.

LonewackoDotCom said...

Remind me never to go leafpeeping in WI.

In addition to, of course, NE, there's also peeping in West Texas; this search, although when I was there I didn't do that but went up top instead.

MamaM said...

Taking one last look before bed,
I scrolled down to find
these three
unexpectedly bringing
such color, balance and beauty
to my table
I actually audibly sighed

Thank you.

Original Mike said...

What Meade said.

Triangle Man said...

Remind me never to go leafpeeping in WI.

Fine, but others will want to do it around the second or third week of October.

MamaM said...

I was surprised last night by the physical sense of relief and comfort I experienced when I discovered these three pictures.

Something about them drew an exhalation of "Ahhhhhh" out of me. They confirmed order, goodness and beauty in a language I understood, conveying a message I needed to hear.

I continue to be amazed at the power of individual perception and expression to touch others lives for good or ill.