Sunday, November 13, 2011

Silent Sunday . . . with Pictures







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22 comments:

JJ Roa Rodriguez said...

Those pictures have said a lot, can never be silent. They are gorgeous... I love them all... Nature can give us beauty that we can never match...

JJRod'z

Wayfarin' Stranger said...

Are the last bits of color more brilliant because they are the last? I like your last shot, too. I missed a couple of really nice full-moon-in-the-afternoon shots last week. Rats! Jim

June said...

Ohh, I love that last one. For the moon, yes, but more for the layers and layers of hills folding onto each other.

R. Burnett Baker said...

The first photo is fantastic!

Mama-Bug said...

Beautiful! Love that last photo of the moon.

Inger said...

No words needed. Just gorgeous.

NCmountainwoman said...

I do enjoy the waning days of autumn. It is such a treat to find some trees with lingering color among the other bare trees. Beautiful photographs.

Tracy Golightly-Garcia said...

Hello Vicki

Love the third picture--something about the red over the trees.

Oh, this week I will have the book drawing on your first book.

Best
Tracy :)

Brian Miller said...

yay! well worth the wait...they are beautiful...thanks for the glimpse of your neck of the woods...

Vicki Lane said...

These last bits of color really shine, don't they?

Ms. A said...

There they are, lovely as always!

Kath said...

Silent but eloquent

Desiree said...

I have said so many times before and at the risk of becoming tiresome, I repeat...you live in a most beautiful place! These scenes from your window on the world are outstanding.

Vagabonde said...

I have been delighting in your pictures (don’t know if that is correct English.) You have posted so many beautiful pictures of warm tree foliage, autumn glorious colors, and landscapes with golden and red tones not to forget your great dogs. I am happy that little Dexter is doing fine. That top picture is outstanding – it reminds me of a painting I saw not long ago but can’t remember who painting it….

Vagabonde said...

I forgot to tell you that I went to read the post on Jungle Red Writers about woo-woo and posted a comment. In case you don’t go back there, here it is: “I like your books Vicki and did not know that you called this strange happenings in your books “woo-woo.” This is a new word that I will remember because the dog of my teenage years, a Boxer, in France was named woo woo although we spelled it wou wou (and pronounced it vous vous.) The reason is that in France for pedigreed dogs each year has a different letter. For example the pedigreed dogs born in 2011 must have a name starting with G – so my dog was born in the year of the W. I know this is out of the subject – but as they say …. whatever….a weird comment for a weird subject.”

Vicki Lane said...

'Delighting in' is good English, Vagabonde. And I love that top picture too and have been thinking that I would pull out my old oil paints and have a go at it. I love the colors and the curves.

Miss_Yves said...

Gorgeous header which introduces us to the mistery of Nature .

Miss_Yves said...

The first picture looks like a painting!

Darla said...

Glorious full moon photo...ahhhh...bliss...

Brenda said...

You have an eye for composition, to be sure. That top photo is outstanding. Glad we moved beyond the utter silence of boxes with red x's, and got to see the actual photographs! It was worth the wait. :)

Tipper said...

Looks like that around my house too-but you did such a better job at capturing it than I've been able too :)

jennyfreckles said...

Ooh, love the first one, what amazing colours.