Today's Flowers: Change

From Late Summer Wildflowers, Connecticut

From September 17, 2011

From September 17, 2011


On Thursday evening, Della, Clyde and I took a walk and literally watched the autumn displace summer as the wind grew strong, yellowing leaves fell, trees swayed, wind roared, and grey skies tumbled in like a drum roll. On Saturday, Clyde and I took a little walk and felt the change in season take a firm hold in the wildflowers. Here are a few.

Today's Flowers

Comments

  1. Hi Sandy, thanks for the visit. My skywatch can be found on this url http://www.kids-e-connection.com/2011/09/thirty-minutes-day.html

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  2. It's nice to see so many colors.
    Here in BC its always green as opposed to out east where the scenery is now changing to firey red

    I wrote a red shoes poem for tomorrows blog.

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  3. simply beautifully captured shots...lovely!

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  4. Autumn is here too. I have jeans on for the second day in a row. Don't you just love these cooler temps? I do. Love seeing the wildflowers too. Goldenrod really screams autumn. That golden yellow is so cheerful. The last hurrah so to speak.

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  5. we saw our first autumn leaves this weekend

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  6. It is autumn so soon.
    Lovely captures from last phase of summer.

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  7. I wish we have a bit more warmer days some of my flowers are still blooming ^_^

    Prayer Plant

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  8. I love the changing seasons. Beautiful shots.

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  9. All are beautiful but that purple one 's beauty should be a painting!

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  10. Well worth the walk Sandy.

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  11. Just a test to see if I get the spam message now that I have removed non-Google widgets aside from LinkWithin.

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  12. I love the changing seasons. We've had frost.

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  13. Wildflowers get decreasing with the coming of autumn,doesn't it?
    Around here it's still hot,though. I don't know the flower of the first photo,it's cotton,I wonder?

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  14. I just returned from southern Europe where summer still rules nature. However, here in Scandinavia the seasonal shift is now taking place.;))
    Lovely images dear Sandy,
    xoxo

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  15. Very beautiful shots! Wonder what flower is the seed from in the first shot!

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  16. You take such beautiful photos. Here in the southwest, we're barely seeing signs of fall, but actually it's more like an eastern summer. I love it.

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  17. Beautifully captured season change. Love it and love this time of year.

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