I’m never ready for summers departure.
Fall is here whether I’m ready or not.
Autumn does bring beautiful light to take images here in the garden.
The humble clover is as pretty as a rose in this morning light.
Dark and quiet day in the greenhouse.
My pumpkin pie, though not perfect, made from the heirloom Sugar babies grown in the garden.
The adirondack chairs are the last to be packed up from the garden.
When the sun does decide to shine, it still is nice to sit and enjoy the view.
Gloves, hats, and boots too!
I will enter this next season kicking and screaming, it helps me stay warm!
I dried a few Sunflower heads in the greenhouse for Autumn decorating.
I can’t help but think of the cycle, that once again has transpired in my garden.
From the seeds planted in early May, to the beautiful tall blossoms standing in the garden mid Summer.
As early Fall rolls in and the Sunflower heads dry–the birds feed on each little dried blossom.
My garden is getting ready to rest, with our first snow in the forecast the next day or so.
It too, is good for this gardener to rest.
Dreary, damp days have produced fascinating mushrooms.
Little treasures that I keep an eye out for while walking around the garden and woods.
I have fallen behind in garden clean up.
Weather has not been cooperative.
Garden chairs are tucked safely into Rabbit Run Cottage, and I drained the rain barrel.
So much more to do!
Rosie curled up with Great Niece Keanna, after all the Halloween Party fun.
Rosie even got a glow necklace for the party!
Can’t wait till next year!