The gully is really pretty in October! I read a news article that said biggest storm in 30 years and that they are not over-hyping - haha!
PS. Love your new header photo!
This is always the time I wish I lived in a country with four seasons. You've got beautiful pictures of your gully. Hope Sandy is a gentle queen! Stay safe!
What a change few weeks make! Keeping fingers crossed there won't be much damage.Sam
Those leaves didnt last long at all. I hope Sandy doesnt do to much damage.
that is an awesome change of color - we have been stunned how gorgeous it is around us this year. last year the leaves just turned brown and fell off - but this year we have all the fall colors. Hope you escape the worst of the flooding and that your bridge survives this time.
The gully DID change a lot in the few weeks of October! And if you hadn't taken several pictures we might not have seen it all. I hope the storm misses you and/or turns out to be nothing much. Stay safe!
your photos are just beautiful! You live in such a beautiful place. Praying that Sandy leaves you alone!
You certainly did get a lot of color change! I love the spring and fall changes every year, and I'm glad we live in a place where we can enjoy all four seasons.
Wow! Can't believe so many leaves turned colors in just a few days. Amazing. It's like things changed in a blink of an eye! Whats that color on the bird feeder on Oct 13th. Do you put corn or something on it -- or is it just the light making it look brighter. We hope Sandy doesn't make as much a mess as Irene did. Be safe. (Mommy bought us a big bag of dog food and bottled water, just to be safe!)
The 13th was a tough day to take photos! Unusually sunny, so I think it is just a sunspot on the feeder.
That's quite a dramatic change. And without the pictures showing the differences, you wouldn't even have really noticed.
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