Deeper into Autumn

Please click to enlarge. Stunningly beautiful! Nice to have neighbors with gorgeous trees!

5 comments :

CatMom said...

What a gorgeous view you have, Deb! Those crimson leaves are lovely (they appear crimson on my computer screen...or are they really orange,LOL?). ~ I'm anxiously awaiting our Georgia leaves to reach their "peak" of Autumn beauty....so far around here it's been mainly our Hickory trees with their bright golden yellow leaves (which I DO love!). But I'm eager for the others to change too. ~ Blessings, Patti Jo

Deborah Raney said...

Thanks, Patti Jo. If anything, those leaves are even more crimson than they look in the photo. Just beautiful! Hope you have a pretty fall, too!

Roses and Lilacs said...

Hello Deborah, I just spent about 30 minutes looking at your photos and reading your blog. You have a lovely garden, I love the grasses and the roses--and everything. That potting bench is very nice, I'm jealous!

I've been thinking about adding some kind of paving stone. Yours looks great. I'll have to go back and look at it again to see if it would work for me.
Marnie

Deborah Raney said...

Marnie, I'm so glad you enjoyed your visit to our garden spot online. My husband gets all the credit. I pot some flowers, do some weeding, and take some pictures...the rest is his creation. :)

Blue-eyed Blonde said...

Your garden is beautiful even as it's going to sleep. How clever to bring the bowl of succulents in for winter. It looks like you guys do a lot of planning and anticipating.

Today is gorgeous, Indian Summer for sure. I took a picture of our Autumn Blaze tree, which lives up to its name, and put it on my blogspot. The blue Kansas sky certainly sets it off. Days this perfect are rare in Kansas