Vestiges of Summer Foreshadowing Autumn Published on September 22, 2011September 23, 2011 by Cecelia Futch One season ends, another begins. A story in pictures. Vestiges of Summer ~ Foreshadowing Autumn ~ AdvertisementRate this:Share this:FacebookPrintPinterestEmailRedditTwitterLinkedInPocketTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
22 thoughts on “Vestiges of Summer Foreshadowing Autumn”
Wonderfully vibrant photos, Ms. F – very, very nice!
(The only thing I dislike about autumn is how dangerously close to winter it is!)
Thank you for the compliment, SIG, AND. . . I agree with you about autumn; it portends cold, ice, snow, etc. to come! I’m a spring and summer gal myself. 🙂
Beautiful photos Cecelia, although I’m always sad to see summer go. It seems like we wait so long for it every year, and it never lasts long enough.
I agree, Huffygirl. Autumn is beautiful, but it ushers in winter. I’m a summer gal through and through. I don’t know how it will be living in Cleveland, OH, through the winter. I am trying to stay positive, but in all honesty I’m a bit apprehensive. Stay tuned. . . .
Thanks Fizztext! Much appreciated. 🙂
Thank you Cecelia for those lovely photos.
It is a shame when summer has gone, but, when autumn comes it brings such wonderful colours, then winter and the snow( lots of the stuff here in BG) then spring starts to wake up and hey presto its summer again…. Not long to wait!
🙂 I LOVE LOVE LOVE your attitude! Why, summer is just around the corner!!!! 😉 Thanks for stopping by and lifting my spirits.
how lovely. if I took pics as well as you do, I’d have the fresh greens, the dancing petals, the new starts all on show!
Wow, thank you! You are so kind. 🙂
Cecelia, I love the turning of a year four times, especially when winter becomes spring and summer becomes fall. Thank you for sharing your photographs.
Thanks for stopping by, Barbara. Spring is my favorite time of year as everything comes back to life. But autumn is beautiful, too.
Lovely photos, Cecelia. Like you, I’m a Spring and Summer gal . . . that’s why we headed SOUTH because the autumn always arrived sooner than I liked.
Good luck surviving your first Cleveland winter. It’s apt to be colder and snowier than DC.
I love hot weather, so spring and summer are my months. Richard gets giddy at the thought of approaching cold weather! He was born in Samarkand to Polish parents. His idea of a perfect vacation is to go to the Antarctic on a research expedition. Really. 😦 I would move back SOUTH at the drop of a hat.
Glad you like the photos. Thanks for stopping by. I’ll let you know how the winter goes 😉
Wow! Thank you so much. I’m glad you like the photos. 🙂
How beautiful the transitions are… It makes me miss Summer but can’t wait for Autumns romance… Stunning my friend.
Why thank you very much IT! I appreciate your comment. Thanks for stopping by and hope you have a magnificent weekend!
Beautiful shots, each and every one! Thanks for sharing them.
I am always happy to share the beautiful sites around me. Glad you enjoy them, too. Thanks for stopping by.
These are stunning pictures… i love the lilac colors… are those hydrangeas or what? Stunning all. Love the selections Cecelia… Finally catching up again… where did the time go Phew! 🙂
Thank you Elizabeth. Yes, those are hydrangeas. There were a few blooms left on the bush so they stood out from the others that were quite wilted. After this week, I have a bit of catching up to do, too. I am always glad to see you. 🙂