Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Yes, the leaves are starting to turn colour aren't they.Lovely photograph.All the best Jan
Jo, I know that a tree will drop leaves if it hasn't gotten enough rain. But oh dear I am not ready for autumn. I am loving our nice sunny days. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
I've noticed the leaves are slowly beginning to turn here as well. The time goes too quickly
Same here. We are already seeing signs of the fall season to come. :-)
All the trees on Long Island are turning brown (on the south side) from the recent tropical storm, which kicked salty sea spray all over them...As for me, I can't WAIT for autumn to stomp in here with her big ole boots on and kick the crap out of summer! Give me chilly nights, cool sunny days, the toasted smell of leaves and pipe smoke, and a reason to wear my favorite jackets and sweaters! Give me hot mugs of tea, scary stories, and warm home-made bread that we can now bake without melting the entire kitchen! Adieu to the sweltery, sweaty nights, goodbye to the constant whine of air conditioner and fan, HELLO AUTUMN - welcome and come right this way!
Yup, I've noticed a tree or two beginning to change color. I love the Autumn, just not the winter. But a winter warmer than usual will be appreciated. You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.
My Japanese anemones are in bloom, a sure sign of fall.
I'm feeling the days getting shorter, and the dogwood leaves seem to know September is almost here.
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