Monday, October 3, 2011

The Joys of Autumn: A Walk in the Woods



See that "heart" shape cluster of berries?  So pretty!



 It's early yet and the trees haven't changed color here, but there's plenty of beauty to see in the woods in Autumn...


In the late afternoon hours at my daughter's home, there was plenty to see...






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And the light was just right...so snap, snap, snap!

It's one of my favorite things to do!







And I would be more than happy if any of you could help me with what some of these flowers are...being from Michigan, I don't know plants that are native to Alabama.





I really enjoyed the walk in the woods in the quiet afternoon hours of Sunday, and when you really, really look, there is a lot to see, especially in Autumn.






Oh, by the way, have I told you lately?







How glad I am that you stop by this address to read my blog?







How much I appreciate your friendship, enjoy reading each of your comments?







Well, I am telling you now.

I am really glad you are here.  

And that you come back day after day.

I hope you enjoy your visits, too.

Happy Monday!
xoxo
Joni




7 comments:

Dawn Dutton said...

I have no clue on the flowers. But they surevare pretty photos. Thanks for sharing them..

Mary Peterson said...

I am subscribed in my reader to your blog so I see it everyday. I guess it's time I tell YOU just how much I enjoy READING your blog! It;s a bright spot in my day! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, photos and wisdom with us all!

Mary

Kerin said...

Beautiful pictures! Fall there, is sure different than Fall here.
With all those flowers, it almost feels like summer pictures.
Thanks for sharing!
I love to read your blog... it's always nice to see what you've been up to :)

aimee said...

What gorgeous photos! I sure hope someone can help you with their names because I'd like to know too!
Have a blessed week Joni,
Aimee

mary your sis said...

Beautiful. A nice pick me-up for your housebound sis!

Boyett-Brinkley said...

I certainly do enjoy your posts -- such gorgeous photos and interesting posts!

Sandie said...

Well...I am from Alabama and I, also do not know the names of any of those. As kids we used those berries on the pink stem when we needed to pretend to be bleeding! The stains would last for days! And thanks for sharing your blog with us, I have enjoyed it for sometime now!

Sandie