Sunday, September 30, 2012

The Leaves Are Changing Early



The Leaves are turning colors early this year. We've had beautiful sunny days and cold nights lately.  That's a sure recipe for colored leaves. Yesterday my husband and I went to one of our favorite places to picnic. We sat at a picnic table along the edge of the pond at Hardy Dam in Newaygo County.  We enjoyed watching the boats and  just smelling the fresh pine air. It was a very relaxing few hours.  Nice!
I just want to soak it all up before Old Man Winter rears his head.





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3 comments:

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Long time no see, and this is just GORGEOUS. Loved seeing these lovely nature scenes, and what a perfect spot for a picnic.

Hope you are well and that you have a glorious fall!

XO,

Sheila

Jane Marie said...

Hi Shelia, I've been posting all year long. Guess you just haven't caught up with me. All is well.

RobinL said...

Yes, I noticed the same thing, the early changing leaves. It's funny, they even said that the drought would ruin the fall foliage show. Not true! They are more beautiful than ever.