love the photos, beautiful reminder that fall is here. have a great weekend.
Beautiful, beautiful photographs SueAnn. You have great talent. Thanks for visiting me, I will be back.
first signs of fall...and love those orange flowers..so vibrant...have a wonderful weekend!
Beautiful perspectives here. It will be interesting to see this come late October. I tried growing pumpkins once and ended up with a green grape-sized squash!
I love these photo's...love the spiderweb...signs of fall are starting to show their faces here too...I hope you take more photo's when they are bright orange and share them with us here. Have a blessed weekend! XX
Love the photos..my favorite was the spider web!! so pretty! have a great day!!
Awesome photographs, SueAnn. Simply awesome!I had volunteer melons last year, and took a couple of photographs of them, but nowhere as good at yours. And I never got the fruits.
So gorgeous!!! And peaceful!!! I love it!! So glad to be visiting again!! I've really missed you, SueAnn!!! Must go back and see how your art piece is coming along! Love, Janine XO
Oooh...Ahhh...Simply stunning!!! I went back and looked at your installation post!!! FABULOUS!!!!! You must be so pleased!!! You are fantastic!!! I'm so honored to know you!!!! Love, Janine XO
Oh the secret world of the pumpkin. These are wonderful.
Ah....... the birth of a pumpkin from start to finish. Beautiful refreshing colours and brilliant photos.Maggie XNuts in May
The garden is looking great! I see your enjoying your staycation....always good for a productive garden.Hubby makes me take pictures of all the cool spiders and webs.Good thing I'm not freaked out by them!!xxcarole
Love the delicious looking veggie, but the spiderweb is the winner. How precious! Many hugs!
I never think of pumpkins at the right time. I forget all about them at planting time and wish I had remembered at harvest time. I remember reading once about a farmer who swore the pumpkins moved and rolled and swished about when they heard him come to water - ever since I think of them as such magical things.Thank you so much for your kind visit and sharing your experiences. I have shared them all with my son and it makes him feel so much better that other people understand - and you put it so well. Now that he's feeling better he does feel the "shadows" a bit but you brought hope in your visit.I just realized you are very near Tinkertown! I have been there twice as we used to drive from here in SoCal to my dad's in Missouri every summer and of course drive right by you and Tinkertown ever time. What a magical place you live! The last time we came home from Missouri we changed our route and came down from Santa Fe - I was ready to move somewhere between you and there. Lots of artist type souls to commiserate with!And lastly, your fiber installation is spectacular! Wow! What a huge powerful piece of perfection! Huge pieces are sometimes overwhelming and off putting. But yours seems warm, inviting and welcoming! Congratulations on such beautiful work!marsha
Beautiful pictures SueAnn. Have a great weekend.jj
What lovely photos! Makes me want some pumpkin pie. :)I hope you're having a wonderful labor day week-end!Hugs, Lisa
Great shots!Hugs & love,Mimi
The growth of a fruit, lovely theme of the series of shots. Great post!
I really like the soft photo over the spider web pic.
Love pumpkin world! I want to live there for a day or two... Wonderful pictures!
What magical mystical photos !Thanks for sharing :)Love you music too. I am dancing !!!!Hugs
I just love the light in these, my friend. Thank you.
Hi SueAnn, what lovely photos. That pumpkin is getting bigger!! Can't wait to see what it becomes. Thanks for coming by! Hugs, Riki
i know how you feel about the summer to fall thing....but i've decided if i can't beat it, i have to join it... and try to keep a smile on my face while i'm doing it :)
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