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October 03, 2008

Eye Candy Saturday: New England fall

Posted by Kathy on October 3, 2008 03:26 PM


Oooh ... ahhh! I especially like the tree and its reflection - very nice!

There are boxelder bugs on that pumpkin! We've got tons of those bugs in our area.

Mmmm...Just visited New England for the first time in mid-September, wish I had been a couple weeks later! It was very much still summer when we were there but unbelievably beautiful nonetheless. Will definitely have to come back for fall one day!

What alovely area...unlike Las Vegas in the fall...sigh.

Oh but what horrendous bugs! It's makes my skin crawl just looking at them! ;-)

You should think about submitting some of your photos for our yarn colorway contest. I bet they would make pretty pretty yarn colorways.


Beautiful! Thanks for the calorie free candy.

All of your pictures are lovely, but that 3rd one (with the reflection) is amazing. Just breathtaking!

Oooh nice!
Our fall in Wisconsin doesn't quite look like that yet, but it just turned cold so soon. Maybe I need to get out in the woods....

beautiful shots! We don't as many leaves down yet, but very soon!

*happy sigh* I miss New England.

I totally want to wait in the pumpkin patch for The Great Pumpkin to arrive. But not near that one with the bugs on it. ;)

Heh. Boxelder bugs. Never saw them in Ohio growing up, but they are all over the place here in Wyoming. I thought they were a western thing. Guess not! Lovely pictures, thanks for showing us!

This is my first New England fall, and I'm loving it!

Gorgeous. We are heading into summer here, always nice to see the 'opposite' season too

This is eye candy at it's finest. Not fall here in Northern California yet, but I am so looking forward to it. Thank you for sharing the beautiful pictures.

ooh! Very nice! I like the fourth one the best, the trees and ground.

Hubby and I were married in MA two weeks ago and honeymooned in the Berkshires. We just got back to IN on Saturday last. Your photos make me wish we were still there more than I already do. Beautiful!

Looks like Lincoln / Walden Pond? Lovely photos.

Hi Kathy -

Nice pictures! I'm missing the fall in New England being in Hong Kong. Your picture is just the right eye candy! Take care.

ps. I had lunch and dinner with Zhiying today!

Ooh, pretty! You have no idea how much that worked to recharge my battery. Beautiful and very restful. Thank you very much!

Yea, FALL!!!

Welcome Fall! Thank you for sharing your pictures.

I'll fess up: I just emailed one of those fabulous pictures to friends that live in FL who used to live in the north and still miss those changing colors (NJ's close enough).
Thanks for the pics.

What beautiful photos. I love the one of the red tree reflecting in the water. You should enter that in a photography show. Fall is my favorite season, I wish we got more of it in eastern NC.

AHHHHH, I love this time of year! Your photos are beautiful.

Thank you from a desert girl who never gets to see fall :-)

I can almost smell the fallen leaves! I know there is a sweater in this inspiration.

Beautiful pictures! I really miss living back east during the fall.

Wow.... that is all I can say.

Those pictures are soooo pretty!

Beautiful pictures. are they inspiring another project?

I spent some early years living in Marlborough and now I live near New Haven. I coudn't imagine moving away from fall, its the most beautiful time of year and your photos do a great job capturing it. My neighbors lit their fireplace yesterday and there's no better smell on a chilly October day.

Mmmmmm really pretty we don't get much of that out here in the temperate Pacific northwest.

Absolutely love the fall pics. The pic of the trees looks just like the back of our property on the other side of our lake. Gorgeous!

Boxelder bugs.....ugh! I could learn to live with them outside; but they eventually make their way inside when it starts to get cold.

I think it's kinda cool that the boxelder bugs remind me of pumpkin seeds, being on the pumpkin and all. :-)

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