Friday, September 28, 2012

IT IS AUTUMN

Nature sheds her garment in the breeze.



                                     Blessings and Bear hugs!

31 comments:

Donna Hosie said...

My favourite season.

Posie said...

it's Autumn here too...and all of the beautiful golden and purple colours are bursting out. Enjoy.

J Cosmo Newbery said...

Where I spring from...it is spring.

And gloriously so of late. Mind you today is expected to be 14C with rain & hail. Very fitting for the local football final.

A Lady's Life said...

And leaves us a feast for the eyes to behold. :)

Katherines Corner said...

lovely. I am still waiting for cooler temop here. It was 82 today...Hugs

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Happy Fall, Robbear!

XO,

Sheila :-)

middle child said...

Yup. I do the same thing. Er,,,I..

ReformingGeek said...

Nice!

It's been too hot for bears here in Texas. We finally got some rain today, a nice relief.

Chatty Crone said...

Okay Rob - you are definitely ahead of us - we are still hot. Looks pretty I love fall. sandie

DJan said...

I am so enjoying this warm autumn weather, Indian Summer as it were. Love the pictures, Bear...

rosaria williams said...

How poetic!

Jackie said...

Isn't this the most incredible time of the year! I love autumn....
Smiles,
J.

Lydia said...

Pictures as sweet as autumn itself...

Diana said...

It's the best season of the year!
Love Di ♥

Rob-bear said...

Hello, friends. Thank you all so much for your comments.

Lately, I have been finding it very difficult to do anything. So I put up a sort post to let you know I'm still alive. And trying to do things.

Autumn is the time of year that I enjoy most. It was 26°C yesterday (that's 79F), so it was a reasonable day here. But we've had frost warnings a couple of times in the last week, so the weather is quite changeable.

I'll try to come by and visit you at your blogs.

Blessings and Bear hugs.

Irene said...

Don't you just love this time of year? I'm totally in my element. I like the crispness in the air and the slant of the sunlight. I hope you are doing well. xox

susan said...

Lovely pictures taken by you and a favorite poem written by Emily Dickinson:

AUTUMN.

The morns are meeker than they were,
The nuts are getting brown;
The berry's cheek is plumper,
The rose is out of town.

The maple wears a gayer scarf,
The field a scarlet gown.
Lest I should be old-fashioned,
I'll put a trinket on.

That corgi :) said...

Looks like fall has arrived in your neck of the woods! Enjoy!

betty

Inger said...

I love that word: Autumn. Here we call it fall, I guess that has something to do with leaves falling, but I don't know. It will always be autumn for me.

A Lady's Life said...

Thats a very pretty shot

John Gray said...

I am pissed off.. we brits have not had our summer yet!

About Last Weekend said...

You are getting a proper Autumn there - do you call it Autumn like the rest of the commonwealth countries? 100 degrees here today in East Bay. Bizarre.

Rob-bear said...

@ John Gray: I've heard about the appalling summer you've had. You have my condolences.
I read several months ago of a change in the deep ocean currents on the east side of the Atlantic, which should lead to "peculiar" weather for the next 30 years or so. Best wishes.

Rob-bear said...

® A Lady's Life: Thank you!

Rob-bear said...

® Inger: We use both "fall" and "autumn" here, interchangeably.

Very Canadian of us; using both British and American language. Jody @ About Last Weekend also noted my use of "autumn."

middle child said...

Just wanted to thank-you for your comments. The truly mean alot to me. Bless you.

cheshire wife said...

It is happening here too.

Donna K. Weaver said...

This is one of my favorite seasons.

Helen said...

Your trees are way ahead of ours Bear, though this morning in Bend it was 22 degrees! You will have to do the Celsius conversion thing ...

Hope your weekend is a good one!

About Last Weekend said...

Lovely! Nothing like the curly crispy leaves of fall

Lydia said...

Pretty! I love those big trees and I would hug them, most definitely.