Wednesday, October 26, 2011

I Can't Stop Taking Pictures of Leaves . . .






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15 comments:

Desiree said...

They are incredibly beautiful, Vicki, so carry on to your heart's content!

Martin said...

I can see how they're hard to resist.

Ms. A said...

Oh, no... some of your leaves are missing! You was robbed. I'll bet you have pictures of the evidence!

Joan said...

You are just my kind of leaf person!

Victoria said...

I know what you mean, Autumn puts me under her spell every year.

Beautiful photos!

Miss_Yves said...

Don't stop: it's s a real pleasure for us!

June said...

I sure know what you mean! I had a fall like that a few years ago. I think I took hundreds of LEAF pictures. The light, the colors, the contrasts . . . it's all breathtaking!

Kath said...

I love how you catch the light in the leaves!

Thérèse said...

Already changing... your place is so nice!

Brian Miller said...

nor do we want you to....it is a lovely time of year...

Tracy Golightly-Garcia said...

Hello Vicki

I second that~~don't stop!
Beautiful pictures and I love seeing them on your blog.

Take Care and have a great day.

Best
Tracy

Deanna said...

I forced myself to sit and look at the sky last night and not run inside for my camera. I can still see the beauty this morning.

Love the leaves!

Mel said...

Me either, they are irresistible and I am enjoying the screensaver I have of all my October captures. I'm going to really love these pictures in the long cold winter. Yours are lovely, keep snapping and please keep sharing.

Kristen Haskell said...

Don't stop because when all the leaves are gone you could always paint them.

Sue P said...

They really are lovely, Vicki. That is something we just don't get in my part of Texas (Dallas). Occasionally a Bartlett pear tree or a lone maple will glow for a day or two, but mostly, we have Live Oaks that don't ever change or others that get so darn sick of the heat they finally turn brown and fall off out of sheer wearniess. Two weeks ago, we vacationed in NE New Mexico and I think I enjoyed the golden Aspens and Cottonwoods almost as I enjoyed the mountains. Keep on, keep on, Vicki.