Today's Flowers: Warm and Rich

From September 25, 2011

From September 25, 2011

The marigolds and gourds at March Farms in Bethlehem, Connecticut, were very beautiful last weekend.  Orange and green are my favorite colors--green because it is lush and cool and fresh and orange because it is all fire and heat and lingering.

Today's Flowers

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  1. Just beautiful, Sandy!

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  2. beautiful Sandy! I love this color combination too.

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  3. The warm colours of fall. I love orange in the garden.

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  4. Oh, I do so love the colors! So warm and one of the truly beautiful things about fall! Gorgeous captures, Sandy! Hope your weekend is going well! Enjoy! And thanks for the beauty -- made my evening!

    Sylvia

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  5. Oh ya! that time of year again!
    I used to love going with the class to the farm so each could pick one to take home.

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  6. How beautiful the colours of fall are! Your pictures are so pretty!

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  7. Perfect! Happy October! It seems to me that today (October 1) should really be the start of Fall -- and your picture is just right for it. Your description of the colors is just exactly right too.

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  8. The marigolds are beautiful but what I really like is all the pumpkins and gourds. It looks like autumn has arrived.

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  9. Beautiful compositions.

    Regards and best wishes

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  10. Fall colors...breathtaking!!!
    Beautiful!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  11. nice take on orange sandy! it's not my favorite color but when you really know how to frame it on a shot... you just made me love orange.

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  12. Orange, and all its variations, has been my favorite color since childhood. Green? I live in the PNW, green is impossible to avoid, you have to love it. Your photos are delightful.

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  13. Nice subjects for your choice colors. :)

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  14. Oh Sandy, I love these images, there is a true richness in these earthy colours and I agree with your words.;)

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  15. These photos say it all for the season, just beautiful Sandy.

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  16. Sign me up for pumpkins in the Fall. Nice photographs.

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  17. Great colors, so rich and warm. LOVE pumpkins so much. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. So beautiful. I think I'm ready for fall. But to see these colors I have to travel. Maybe I will.

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  19. Interesting why you like those two colors. Great photos too! I like blue and brown -- sea and sand colors!

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  20. These photos scream fall. Beautiful compositions.

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  21. Orange makes me happy! http://looseleafnotes.com

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  22. Beautiful fall colors in your photos Sandy.

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  23. October + New England = JOY!


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  24. Anonymous9:26 PM

    Wonderful colours indeed! Love your photos!

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  25. Beautiful Autumnal images!

    And thanks for your fun contribution to last week's Limerick-Off!
    Madeleine Begun Kane

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  26. Wow, those marigolds are beautiful!

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  27. Nothing says "Fall" like pumpkins and gourds. I need to buy some and start decorating. My marigolds got some kind of fungus midway through the summer and they were "done"!!! Have a lovely week, Sandy. I always enjoy your posts. Mickie :)

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  28. Beautiful marigolds.

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  29. Beautiful fall colors. I'm not ready for the temperature change yet, but the rich reds and oranges are always welcome!

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  30. Wonderful shots Sandy. I love the way mixed gourds and marigolds look.

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  31. So beautiful and colorful! Love your pics!

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  32. Marigolds are beautiful. I used to have them but sadly they all died of the heavy frost.

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  33. Sandy, that's lovely Marigolds...

    Thanks for dropping by :)

    www.womenandperspectives.com

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