Sunday, November 20, 2011

Mosaic Monday - orange, red, yellow


My maples are bare now but I forgot to share these photos earlier. Fall color is one of my favorite things! And probably why I decorate with so many leaf things.

All these photos are unedited. I uploaded them on one computer and they looked fine - on this computer they look super colorful and bright. Amazing what a different monitor will do.


My neighbor's tree below. I walked up one evening as the sun lit it up.

I'm not sure what the tree is but come Fall it is just amazing. And so many colors!

Of course, when this thing drops leaves it is....well I have a blister from raking them for my neighbor who had surgery and can't do it himself.



The Japanese maple is one of my favorites every year.







Dear color,

I will miss you this winter. See you in the spring!

Sincerely,



Be sure to visit Little Red House to see all the beautiful mosaics!

10 comments:

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What amazing colors! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! ♥

Snap said...

Molly, what a gorgeous series of images. Such wonderful Autumn color. Mother Nature sure has her Autumn palette down right! Happy Thanksgiving!

LDH said...

Gorgeous photos! This has been a spectacular autumn ~ so full of color!

Nice stopping by to visit with you!
Kindly, Lorraine

black eyed susans kitchen said...

I wait all year to see the Maples change color...it is magical!

Lorrie said...

Gorgeous colours! I love the photo you took looking up into the sky.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving week.

Nichole Potter said...

Wow, beautiful pictures Molly :) I especially love the one where the sun lit up your neighbor's tree! Gorgeous!

Teagarden said...

Wonderful colours!
Have a nice week,
Markus

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful Autumn colors. The photo of your neighbors tree is just stunning. Lovely mosaics, have a great week. Happy Thanksgiving.

GrandmaK said...

Gorgeous!!!! Have a wonderful day! Cathy

TheEccentricLady said...

Aw, I agree with you, I'll miss the colors too. I have learned to enjoy the beauty of winter though.