Saturday, November 27, 2010

Seasons End

the trees are just about bare now, so sad to see the season end.
WEEKEND REFLECTIONS
to see more reflections go here

16 comments:

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

Janis:

Yes, the season has ended. Very reflective shot. I REALLY LOVE the old barns you featured the other day. So much character!

Thanks for your frequent visits to Greensboro Daily Photo. And, by the way, we didn't go out for Black Friday either.

Janis

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

I see two eyes peering across the lake! A restful shot!

These Nine Acres said...

That's the truth. I hate the time right after New Years...spring seems so far away. It always drags. *sigh*

'Tsuki said...

I just love the color on this picture... Very smooth...

Pagan Sphinx said...

For us in New England, this is a dreary season. No more autumn color and unless the heavy snows fall early, it will stay this way until the first snowfall, probably in December.

Nice shot!

Ciao,
Gina
The Pagan's Eye

SouthernSass said...

Very nice photo - our leaves are almost gone too. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

Dimple said...

Simply beautiful. We are covered in white today, and seeing late fall is a good reminder of what was.

Gattina said...

yes, it looks cold ! we are waiting for snow in Belgium.

Melissa B. said...

Definitely a winter season, but beautiful, nonetheless. Thanks so much for sharing this idyllic view!

Springman said...

And so the year winds down into beautiful reflections!

Sally in WA said...

It still looks very peaceful even though the leaves are just about gone.

Becky and Gary said...

Your picture is so much like we see here. No more leaves, and very soon it will all be white. The next step will be counting down the days till Spring. LOL
have a great week.
B.

The Church Lady said...

The Fall season is too short. I would love to see it last a few more weeks with mild temps and the beautiful foliage. Oh well. Christmas is an exciting time. So much to do! Busy, busy, busy!

SouthernSass said...

We still have oak trees with leaves but their color isn't as nice as some of the maples were.

EG Wow said...

Ah, yes. Winter will soon be here. :)

Pam said...

One beautiful season ends as another one of natures beauties begins.
I look forward to seeing all that nature has in store for you to share with us, Jan.

Hugs,
Pam