"...hidden in Christ with God" (Colossians 3:3).
OK, fall may be in 'your' air, but it hasn't reached Texas! :)Nor will it.
Well, Gayla, then just share in it through my pics! :)
Wow...fall has hit you quicker than it has up here in Atlantic Canada. Our leaves are just beginning to turn pretty much. There are the odd trees here and there that have a lot of colour, but for the most part they haven't all reached that point yet. I'd imagine they will very soon though...
Hmmm, I wonder what your altitude is, Shelley? That may have something to do with it....
very pretty - our vines are starting to turn, the oak trees will be soon to follow.
Well, Gayla, is it our attitude or what? Fall hasn't reached Louisiana either!Thank you, Clarie, for showing me what Fall looks like. I don't know it except for pictures because we have two seasons here in Louisiana... Hot and CoolThe pics are glorious. You are blessed
What gorgeous pix!!!! Fall is kinda drifting downward here, but it looks more like burned up grass and peaked trees and pitiful mums and the like. Too dry. Too too dry.
Gina, I don't know, girl. It must be our attitude EVERY year!This pics are beautiful. (even though they cause me to stumble - envy, jealousy...)
We're right behind you around the Midwest. The first leaves are just starting to turn and drop - after this week of cooling temperatures, we should be well on our way. Thanks for the beautiful preview! I am so anxious to be surrounded by the sights of Autumn again. Gonna wash me up some sweaters and reheat that first apple crisp today!
Yummmm...apple crisp! I might should do some baking! :)
Hey there, love the photos. It must get very pretty over there. In NZ here we are coming into spring. Thank you for visiting my blog.
Positively gorgeous pictures....How I love autumn and winter the best....we are just beginning to turn here in NY ...havent reached peak yet....thanks so much for sharing these...Blessings
Great photos!! I miss the fall SO MUCH! In Southern California, we sort of skip the seasons -- we have them, but they're very dull - autumn is usually hot and dry during the day, cooling way down at night --- Longer shadows, shorter days. Thanks for sharing these, it makes me homesick :)
what an awesome picture :) God's handiwork that's for sure!!
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