Wildflowers and Autumn Leaves

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I took a quiet walk down to the Creek this morning, and enjoyed the wildflowers emerging now, late in the season, in the neglected places along the way.

 

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They all bloom in their own season.

And like another spring, many wait until the cooler, shorter days of early autumn to open to the world.

 

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Wildflowers and brilliantly changing leaves offered splashes of color on this cool and overcast day; this nearly silent Sunday morning.

 

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Photos by Woodland Gnome 2014

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8 responses to “Wildflowers and Autumn Leaves

  1. Nice walk and good pictures! I see you have the leaves changing already too! I noticed the Maple trees today have started turning orange and a little red, I guess Fall is just around the corner!

  2. Looks like a beautiful, peaceful walk, WG. What are the flowers in the 3rd image? We have fields of them here.

    • It was, Robin. A good morning to enjoy it, too. I am not sure on those lovely yellow flowers. They were growing in the unmown edge of a field, along with the last image and the Goldenrod. I’m sure Eliza can name them for us 😉 Best wishes, WG

    • Heliopsis! 😉
      I had a similar walk today – so many beautiful wildflowers. The summer really is winding down. The birds are quiet – many are gone already. It even smells autumnal with the first fallen leaves beginning to decay. Sigh – trying to get used to the idea of it! 🙂

      • Thank you, Eliza! I knew you would be able to identify the beautiful golden flowers. I observed the lack of birds here today, too. We’ve have birds flocking up already- but few were around while we were out today. And not a single eagle, egret, heron or gull on the creek… It does smell autumnal, and feels that way, too. Best wishes, WG

  3. New scene — same pretty results. 🙂 Hope you’re enjoying your time away.

    Take care, WG. ❤ Luvz and hugz, UT

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