The feature image is the best and only photo I have of signs of fall. It was taken last September in Bozeman, Montana. In Florida, we don’t get the change with the red, orange & yellow until January when much of the rest of the country is in snow and ice. At that point, it is very little for a short period of time. We have to manufacture our fall colors with silk flowers and autumn decor.
This post is in response to TERRI WEBSTER SCHRANDT Sunday Stills challenge. The theme this week is Fall Colors/Ochre.
My front doors are decorated with my autumn wreaths. I bypassed the Halloween decor this year because of the pandemic.
Okay, so I put out a couple of jack-o-lanterns with my Thanksgiving decor so I could try to get into the fall mood. Foul mood is more like it since I won’t have trick-or-treaters. I guess I could dress up just for fun.
It has been a long time since I painted anything. Simply because I’m just not that good at it. I did want to show off my Yellow Ochre here!
I walked outside today to take Heaven out for a potty break. This Gulf Fritillary Butterfly kept flying around me, so I managed a not so great shot with my IPhone. At least this critter appears to be ready for Halloween all decked out in Orange and Black.
Rock formations in Red Rock Canyon located 17 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip on Charleston Boulevard/State Route 159 in Nevada. In the bright sunlight, the colors come out in shades of brown, orange, and reds. The Visitor Center is closed, but you can still access the 13 mile Scenic Drive that has overlooks, parking areas, picnic areas and dozens of hiking trails.