Thursday, August 30, 2012

It's Beginning To *Look* Like Fall



Now if it would just start to feel like it...

17 comments:

Andee said...

Oh what a pretty picture. Yesterday it felt like fall. But the temps are supposed to go back up to the 90s this weekend. Yuk.

Lori Skoog said...

What a gorgeous shot. We've had a nice cool week, but it may go up to 90 tomorrow. Are you guys ready for a weekend at Skoog Farm yet?

I'm gonna tell Mom! said...

Beautiful.

Jody said...

Fantastic views...you live in heaven :-)

Tombstone Livestock said...

another photo worthy of being on a calendar. So peaceful and quiet looking.

Michelle said...

I could put that in a large size on one wall -- say 8'x6' -- and gaze at it all day long....

Reddunappy said...

What a beautiful picture!!!

Mary said...

Oh how lovely! I just want to step into the pic! Serene and beautiful...

Alice said...

I love the light from the heavens. Your photo reminds me of a Thomas Kinkade painting. Calendar worthy capture, Sara.

Annette said...

Tell me about it! Its been in the upper 90s during the day and in the 70s at night. That's just wrong. It should be in the 80s during the day and the 40s at night. Beautiful photo tho. It looks nice and cool and foggy.

sheepsclothing said...

Indeed. How beautiful!

Bee Lady said...

Gorgeous view and photo. We have a few leaves changing on trees but temps are still reaching the 90's. We should start getting the rain leftover from Hurricane Isaac tonight.

Cindy Bee

Terry said...

Beautiful!

Dreaming said...

I am in total agreement!
You have a lot of color showing.
Maybe we'd have more if we had more moisture.

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

What a lovely view!!
I can't wait for fall to come this way!! ENOUGH of hot summer!

k.crane said...

it's a mirage. i thought the same thing and thought it was starting to look like fall and then i stepped outside and realized it's just an extension of the drought. on the bright side, the continued hot weather helped my tomatoes finally turn red.

texomamorganlady said...

Oh, your picture makes me so homesick! After a military life, we settled in North Texas. A fine place, but so flat and dry and brown, brown, brown. Did I mention it was brown here? I do miss my old Kentucky home.

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