Yes it is still beautiful!And I'm glad you joined Mimi's Peace Globe too!
I often enjoy my flowers way past their "prime". I take it these berries are ornamental, and not to eat? The one thing I miss living in the tropics is not seeing the maples turn... for me that was the best season when living in Ontario, Canada. Lovely photos, Carver.
Wonderful shots. The berries are inviting.
A beautiful display of fall Carver, lovely photos as always, so enjoyable!
Bonjour dear Carver,A great selection for this theme.The last one has so wonderful colors!hugs and a nice week ahead,Léia
Gosto de suas fotos. Estas folhas avermelhada indicam a aproximação do inverno, enquanto aqui no Brasil esperamos um verão implacavemmente quente. Diferenças climáticas me encantam!
Lovely fall pictures!!The other day I found this very nice poem. Enjoy,Gisela, "When the trees their summer splendorChange to raiment red and gold,When the summer moon turns mellow,And the nights are getting cold;When the squirrels hide their acorns,And the woodchucks disappear;Then we know that it is autumn,Loveliest season of the year."- Carol L. Riser, Autumn
Beautifully captured! I love the berries shot!Christmas Cactus, have a blessed Sunday!
Your fall colours are glorious. Your header a delight and the faded glory of the hydrangea, like a life well lived.
lovely colours in these posts, autumn is so beautiful!
i love the berries--they'e beautiful!
Even at old age creatures have beauty beyond the ordinary standard. The leaves are magnificent!Thanks for your comment. Roger tried to answer the questions and he did well, so please have a try.
all of them are great but the third touchs me more
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