( musings of a 'HO-HUM HOUSEWIFE' )
Beautiful photo!Greetings, RW & SK
What a dreary November day we have today. I don't even want to leave the house.
I feel the melancholy of the transition, too, Joey. Stunning photo!
Thank you Our photos.Indeed it is a gloomy day, lindalou ... 4:30 and almost dark makes me a bit sad :( and sleepy :)Me too, Beth ... BIG TIME!
Lovely photo, Joey! Although the hostas begin to look a little sad this time of year, this golden state is beautiful. A gloomy day here, too, but at least I'm not feeling guilty about not finishing up all that fall garden work today:)
Thanks that you visit our blogGreetings, RW & SK
The transition of seasons is tough sometimes. Your photo captured it beautifully!
There are heart-shaped hostas? (This is the extent of my knowledge regarding hostas - its name).Joey, I can certainly appreciate their beauty, almost as much as I appreciate your talent with a camera!
I hate to say goodbye too. This autumn has last well beyond the norm. Love your photo of the leaves. Hadn't thought about them being like hearts, but of course, you would Joey, dear. Happy November.~~Dee
Love the texture of this image. A beautiful composition.
Oh my goodness! I found your blog when I was researching a dried plant/weed I loved to photograph in the GA mts last week. Your photography, collages take my breath away. Never have I seen collages arrange as yours are, seriously I just kept clicking and could not leave your stunning photography. BTW I believe I was photography Queen Anne's Lace or wild carrot, but don't see a dried picture to be certain. Also, after your photography, I realized you had the most interesting recipes. So I spent more time writing notes to myself to come back and write some of those recipes down. My hat is off to you Joey. This blog is one of a kind and the BEST!
Fare thee well sweet autumn, but on to restful winter!
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