Where I live, November means there are more leaves on the ground than in the trees.
Gardens are being put to bed for the winter, either by humans or nature.
Aunt Snow has already shared what it looked like where she lives… how about you?
Please tell me what you see on this November day.
By this time, we are all about bare branches. The leaves have been off the trees for a while, and either raked or mulched. This morning brought a hard frost and gently steaming river.
The leaves are hidden under a thin layer of snow – but the skies around here offers some spectacular colours every now and then…
I saw a clear, sunny day here in Northern Virginia which I haven’t seen in several days…YeaHHH!
That’s how it’s looking here too.. though possibly not quite as artistically as your lovely photos show.
Are you ready for something crazy? I miss raking leaves! We have to rake out our landscape beds in the spring but that isn’t the same as raking crisp, colorful fall leaves that smell SO good. It’s cooler here (thanks to hurricane sandy) but I really miss northern fall weather. I especially miss sugar maple trees! and apples!!! Okay, I guess there are a lot of things I miss.
I saw a spectacular sunset!