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Sunday, November 6, 2011

from summer hats to woolen mittens

         My aim is to put down on paper what I see and  what I feel in the                            best and simplest way.   Ernest Hemingway
Behold the autumn version of the pink Coneflowers the little Goldfinches and Chickadees feasted on all summer, now with a light dusting of our first real frost. I'm adding these to the bouquet of Today's Flowers here.

12 comments:

Donna said...

Pretty Noni!!
'Tis the Season I suppose...
Happy Sunday sweetheart!
hughugs

chubskulit said...

Still looks so pretty!

Christmas Cactus Blooms, have a blessed Sunday!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Nicely done. Dusted with frost they have a new beauty.

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

Lookes a lot like powdered sugar to me!

Cloudia said...

brrrr.

Great expressive title today!


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raf said...

Yes, the deed is done and for the moment (but only for the moment), the new season feels good and welcome. Lovely post, Noni.

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

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Daryl said...

Pretty but cold .. I am adjusting to this time change grudgingly

Ms. Becky said...

we haven't yet had our first frost here, and that's amazing. my tomato vines are still green and clinging, but I suspect that once this low moves off and the skies clear, it's going to be a frosty morning come the weekend. your photos are beautiful. happy day to you Noni.

Rena said...

That is a real frost. You caught the contrast so well.
If I had more time for blogging, your blog is what I wish mine would look like. Just beautiful.

Sandy Kessler said...

is it just me or are seasons just flying by?:?

Pietro said...

Lovely! So pleasant images, Noni!