Wordless Wednesday – Behind the Barn


About Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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15 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Behind the Barn

  1. Oh, it is beginning! I saw it in my maple tree earlier this week too. Loving the cooler temps but not the prospect of the heater starting soon. Time to gather youre fabrics and start those cold weather plans! 🙂


  2. pbmgarden says:

    The color watch is on! Your border is beautiful Judy.


  3. Joyce says:

    I can detect the approaching season in the deepening blue of the sky. Fall in New England is heavenly!


  4. …It’s coming…!
    Love the look of fall creeping in. We don’t have such majestic trees of color in Colorado. We do, though, have the amazing quaking aspen. The foothills and above are gold and yellow.


  5. Grandma Kc says:

    Beautiful! I admit I do miss seeing the leaves change color and fall. How goes your search for pellets for your furnace? Thanks for sharing the beautiful picture.


    • Ah – the million dollar question. We started buying pellets 10 bags at a time about a month ago. We’re building up our stock and hope to not participate in the shortage frenzy of last year. With the colder weather starting so early, I’m guessing there is definitely going to be a problem at some point.


  6. Well, someone is early to the party!


  7. Changes on their way ! But you’ve had cold weather so early…no wonder the leaves want to turn now 🙂 So pretty, though 🙂


  8. Sally says:

    Isn’t it exciting? Before long, it will look like the trees are ablaze. It really is nature’s last hurrah before dark old winter takes over!


  9. Robin says:

    I like how there is all this gem around and then you have this burst of color. Nice shot!


  10. It’s so striking when one tree seems to burst into flame with fall color while the others remain a calm green. Nice capture.


  11. Patrick says:

    It is fascinating one tree seems to have broken away from the pack so to speak. Would have thought NE would be further along. Only the upper echelons of our canopies have begun to slightly turn.


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