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This post is linked up with Maui Shop Girl’s Photo Post Challenge. This weeks theme is black and white.
It’s also linked up with What’s the Word? Wednesday at Frankly My Dear!
Set to The Aviary from Carnival of the Animals by the Composer Camille Saint-Saens.
It’s included on this CD which feature Peter and the Wolf from the Composer Sergey Prokofiev, performed by The Boston Symphony Orchestra with the conductor Seiji Ozawa, and narrated by Melissa Joan Hart. And it’s a great intro to classical music for kids!
Leaves again! I almost included this one yesterday but it was from a different day, different light. Then I saw Maui Shop Girl’s photo post challenge this week was “pink”.
I just has to link up with this!
It’s pink, right?! It’s not a perfect photo but it does prove, I think, that pink can be a fall color!
Do you like pink? Please share!
What a nice fall day it was today!
The sun and wind played nicely with the fall colors.
This is my last post about our New Hampshire trip for a while. Even though it was raining the views and fall colors were breathtaking! The White Mountains of New Hampshire is my favorite place to visit. There are so many things to do. Continue reading
The fall foliage in New Hampshire is so beautiful right now! Are you curious about what causes all the vibrant colors? I found a great article here. I would summarize it for you but I am on vacation!
If you love looking sharp and admire fine detailing you’ll love these! Available in chartreuse, their perfect for spring and coordinate with most neutrals.
I need to preface this post by saying in my particular area we don’t exactly get the intense fall colors you typically find in New England plus hurricane Irene damaged the trees making it hard to collect pristine leaf samples. I am NOT a tree expert! I follow my children’s interests and enjoy learning with them about our amazing natural surroundings.
With this said here is my fall 2011 tree leaf collection. I have tried to identity most of them at least by basic type with the help of a couple books: The International Book of Trees by Hugh Johnson and The Audubon Society Field Guide to North America Trees (Eastern Region) by Elbert Little. Enjoy and share!
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Quietly, this morning I entered a foggy woods and came out a sunny one…