Sunday, September 29, 2013

Fall Splendor

Into every Fall a little beauty comes. It's many forms and fashions are displayed in earnest across America paying homage to a season where 'harvest' is the time and 'color' is the landscape. From piles of wind strewn leaves, to pumpkins ready to carve, to porches decked in orange and reds, to apples ripe and ready picked, to hiking leaf strewn paths, to Fall's bonfire flicker, to wagon wheels bulged from riders, to Harvest moons shining a bright. Every Fall each and every one of us are touched in many ways by the season. No matter where you turn or who you speak with there is chatter, as much as there is colorful evidence that it is Fall.
Just a few of the many places I have traveled during this season of color . . . Mustatatuck National Wildlife Refuge in south central Indiana, the quaint Arts and Crafts Village of Nashville, Indiana, the Great Smokey Mountains National Park in Tennessee, Blackacre Nature Preserve and Yew Dell Gardens near Louisville, Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest in central Kentucky. No matter where my travels have taken me, Fall beckons us outdoors with its rusty reds, bold oranges and bright yellows. It's Fall. ENJOY!

1 comment :

  1. The colors of fall just pop on your collage, Carol. Glad you're pout capturing it for us.