Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Autumn Splendour

There is no need for words in today’s post. I will let the photos, which are snapshots of Mother Nature’s artistic talent, speak for themselves...





















Autumn is truly a magnificent season. Don’t you agree?

32 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos Martha.Autumn colours are stunning. That little islet of trees on the water is my favourite.

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    1. Thanks, Sulky. It is such a lovely time of year to be out and about.

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  2. Oh Martha. Your work truly captures the feeling on autumn in Ontario. I can smell wood smoke and crisp air when I look at them. What a wonderful way to start my day!

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    1. Thanks, Francie. Oh, I do love the smell of wood smoke!

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  3. Oh wow, Martha...those are amazing photos! It's hard to pick my favorites---I like all of them----but I think I like the one of the leaf so delicately bejeweled by frost and the sixth one from the top with the illuminated trees and the dark brooding sky behind. Wonderful!

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    1. The photo of that leaf is a favourite of mine. I was out early enough to capture a photo of it before the frost melted.

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  4. Breathtaking photos! For some reason, the ones with the chains attract me. And that little island with the one splash of brilliant red.

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    1. Thanks, Debra. I like the chains, too. I'm not sure why but they always grab my attention.

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  5. I loved your photos today, Martha. Thank you for providing me with a peaceful moment to start my day :)

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    1. Thank you, Cathy. Peace is what I feel when I'm out taking photos.

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  6. Yes, I certainly do! We can only hope to capture a touch of her magic in our gardens. By the way, I love your sense of humor

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    1. Thanks, Sensisble Gardening! Nothing like a good laugh. And welcome to my blog. I hope to see you here again.

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  7. Love trip through your neck of the woods ... really gorgeous there!

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    1. I truly is a gorgeous little city. There are so many beautiful place to visit.

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  8. Somebody is having a great time with her camera! Great work Martha! Incredible scenery and clos-ups.

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    1. I sure am having a good time, Jim. And this time of year is full of photo opportunities.

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  9. Your photos are absolutely perfect Martha. I enjoy seeing them so much especially since I live in Phoenix where there is little evidence of autumn!

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    1. Thanks, Nancy. I guess this season is something unusual if you live down south.

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  10. Simply fabulous ...excelent shots...

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  11. It's my favorite season, no doubt about it. Wonderful shots, Martha, each one worthy of a post card.

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    1. Thanks, dirtynailz! It's been so much fun being out there capturing these images.

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    2. I fully agree with dirtynailz...

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    3. Thank you, Viera. It's one of my favourite seasons.

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  12. I can't even begin to tel you how much your photography has improved. Many of these photos made me say "wow".

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    1. Thanks, WebDebris. At least I'm getting my money's worth from those photography courses!

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  13. Martha your photos are just magnificent! I love them all especially the landscapes with water, but I also love the singe leaf shots too! Just Beautiful!

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    1. Thanks, CraveCute! Mother Nature does most of the work; I simply capture her work with my camera :)

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  14. O Canada.. these shots are just magnificent, and your eye for detail and composition are amazing. Sigh, I can almost smell that crisp air; feel that cool, cool wind.

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    1. Thank you! Yes, it's so wonderful this time of year with all the pretty colours and the crisp, cool air.

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