The evenings have drawn in, there is a chill in the air and there has even been the first dust on snow on the mountains. Its autumn. So, here are three autumnal images. The first is a classic set of colours, the second speaks for itself and the third is a real bonus to the colder weather - you can light a fire and settle down for the evening in the kind of warmth that only a real fire brings.
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Love the autumnal hues. Fortunately no fires required over here!!ReplyDelete
The same response the world over; except here we're starting spring. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
These do have the look of Autumn, a very different view from the one we are seeing in the northern hemisphere.ReplyDelete
Beautiful autumn colours and reflections.ReplyDelete
Sydney - City and Suburbs
Great shots, it really looks like autumn. The snow is starting to melt from our mountains as our first really warm spell of spring is upon us. But there's more snow on the way!ReplyDelete
Terrific shots as always, Stewart! And it does indeed look like autumn! Love colors and the fire! Hope your week is off to a great start! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
great shots for my world,,,, Have a nice weekdays! I hope to see you around @ my little world.ReplyDelete
What gorgeous autumn shots... and here we are hoping for spring and then summer and some heat! At last...ReplyDelete
Delightful photos. I always enjoy the reminder that our world is upside down from yours, going into spring while you celebrate fall. I miss the cozy fires, but not the long nights and cold days!ReplyDelete
Your photos make Autumn look so inviting.ReplyDelete
Nice red glow on your days now by the looks of it.ReplyDelete
Those apples look glorious.
Still, I'm in rush for Autumn L-)