Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Breathing-In Colour


We are in the 'last days of colour' in Nova Scotia, so when I saw this from a window 
overlooking the back garden, I smiled and breathed it all in.

Kiwi vine dangling over the Japanese Bloodgood tree.





27 comments:

  1. Too beautiful in all those shades to find words that do justice, picture perfect. Jean.

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    1. What's amazing to me, Jean, is that all this will be gone so very soon! Just like that! But I will remember with my mind's eye.

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  2. That is a beautiful photo..you have such an eye for colour.

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    1. Thank you, Frances. That yellow vine just stood out and got my attention waving atop the Japanese maple.

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  3. Beautiful image, Jim! The autumn splendour is quickly coming to an end. It's rather sad, but such is the cycle of nature.

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    1. It sure is, Martha! Seems to last for such a short period, don't you think?

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  4. Gorgeous colors on this ! Such beauty in the fall colors... soon to become winter

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    1. Hi Jeanne. Can't beat fall with all it's splendour!

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  5. Wow it's amazing thank you Jim for letting me breathe it in too, lovely x

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  6. Awesome... You have such an eye with that camera!

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    1. Think so, Sharon? Thanks. Everything is so vibrant this time of year just before it all disappears!

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    1. I just couldn't resist, Marielle.

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  8. Sooooooooo gorgeous! And yes, everything will soon be white, grey, brown and black. With the odd bit of green from the pines and fir trees.

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    1. I know, Debra! Savouring all the colour I can get my eyes on!!

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  9. enjoy it now, it will be gone so quickly. the one thing I dislike about Fall...it's over too fast.

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    1. I hear you loudly and clearly, Jo!

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  10. Wow - these colors are sure complimentary. You have a beautiful garden, Jim.

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    1. They are aren't they, Barb.
      Between the two of us (mostly Ron's artistic eye) we are very proud of how our garden has matured over the past 23 years or so.......from front and back lawns to a woodland garden. Gives us solitude and comfort.

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  11. Those reds! What a beautiful and fleeting scene. P.S. I loved your "nylons" comment on Monday!
    Haha it makes me smile when my blogger friends share stuff like that!

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    1. Very fleeting indeed, Mick.
      You know, I never gave it a second thought back then. I felt very comfortable, most of the time, in my skin.

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