Wordless Wednesday Austere November November 6, 2019 Laurie Graves 27 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
27 thoughts on “Austere November”
It’s still so beautiful, the angled light, remaining colors and dried seed heads amid green that has not yet succumbed to jack Frost.
Lovely, lovely words and description.
Beautiful images Laurie, I love the warm glow of the last Autumn leaves 🤗💖🍁🍂 xxx
Beautiful, colourful pictures, thank you.
I especially liked the photo of the church spire among the trees! Nice shot!
Still lovely though.
Yes, yes! November has its own beauty.
There is beauty amongst those copper coloured trees, especially with a church spire in their midst. 😀
Sure says New England, doesn’t it?
Lovely shots, Laurie. I esp. like the goldenrod with colorful background. ❤
A nice set of images.
I love how every month has its own unique beauty. You’ve captured November’s brilliantly!
Thanks so much. I love November’s somber beauty.
No favorite photo here — they’re each delightful, in their way. I am especially taken with the goldenrod. Ours still is lush and gold, but its fuzzy stage will soon match yours.
The season truly has its own beauty.
I really love the beauty of November.
Austere it may be, but you photographs are bright.
Beautiful autumn photos!🙂
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