Thursday, October 15, 2009

Fall?




The picture of the palm trees is what it looked like outside here today. The other two photos fit my idealized vision of what fall is supposed to look like.

I toiled away on my WIP today. Now it's time to get busy reading all your blogs. Thanks for following me by the way. Every comment you leave matters greatly.

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22 comments:

Stacy Post said...

Hey Elizabeth! That last photo looks like Indiana right now. :) I love fall too. (But will be wishing for palm trees in the dead of winter!) Thanks for posting on my blog too!

Elspeth Antonelli said...

The two lower pictures look like what I see around here on the lower mainland of BC. Thanks for visiting my blog, Elizabeth; your comments are most appreciated!

Elspeth

Cloudia said...

We both see palms, yet dream of colorful leaves....I have a similar post coming up, LOL.

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Angie Ledbetter said...

Great pics. Make me wish we had more seasonal changes here in the deep south. Glad you're getting WIP time.

God of Another World said...

That is certainly a different perspective on "Fall" - I like the chair photo...actually, I'd like to be sitting in that chair enjoying the Fall.

Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

Beautiful photos! Fall hasn't really hit NC yet (maybe in the mountains of NC it has, though.)

Elizabeth
Mystery Writing is Murder

Lori said...

Yeah, today it is snowing here. In October! So I would take any of those pictures instead.

Joanne said...

The last photo definitely could be New England right now. Except today, we're having snow showers! Happy blog hopping!

Tom Bailey said...

The more fall it looks the more snow will follow... fortunately where there are palm trees... shoveling snow, scraping ice off windshields does not follow in winter.

Palm trees always remind me of that... but I am not sure it is 100 percent accurate...

Anne Spollen said...

I used to live in a really snowy climate, so I love the first picture. They're all nice, but those palm trees..

staceyjwarner said...

I know how you feel. It's in the 90's today and I dream of Montana, leaves, wind and pumpkins!

much love

kerrycharacters said...

Hi Elizabeth, beautiful sky! Thanks for visiting again today. I wanted to think about judgement and you got what I was saying. I don't consider myself to be judgmental but the woman in my story made me think about that and wonder if sometimes a line should be drawn, even a very private one between what I consider to be ok and not ok. My characters are real by the way. I change the names where necessary. You are spurring me on to write more than anyone else so thanks!

Jemi Fraser said...

We have the quintessential fall here in northern Ontario. It is simply gorgeous at this time of year. :)

Galen Kindley--Author said...

I, too, have been laboring on WIP revisions. Massive revisions. They make it better, but, still, it takes time, energy and effort. One wonders sometimes…to what end. Still, it’s fun of its own accord. Having said that, it would be nice if someone other than me read it.

Best Regards, Galen

Imagineering Fiction Blog

Jody Hedlund said...

The last two pictures are what I'm experiencing! I can't imagine any other kind of fall!

Hilary said...

As lovely as those last two images are, I'd gladly endure your kind of autumn, thank you! Beautiful!

K. said...

Oh my, I wish it looked like that outside my window!!!

Journaling Woman said...

Hi, Elizabeth,
Fall is here in Missouri. Temperatures though are more like early winter. Although, the colors are pretty, there is a dread of winter that comes for me when I see the different hues. I need to just accept the change of seasons more.

-Teresa

Marguerite said...

Beautiful photos! We are actually having a few Fall-like days, here in South Louisiana. Likewise, thanks to you, cher!

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Hi, Elizabeth! What wonderful photographs. I have to agree with "God of Another World." I'd love to be sitting in that adirondack chair! Have a wonderful week, my dear friend! ~Janine XO

Radka said...

Hello, you have a very nice blog and your photos are so beautiful, I wish a nice day. Radka.

Jenn said...

Gorgeous photos. Funny, do we always want what we "can't have", in theory anyway? I have a whole lot of #2 & 3 & would gladly trade for your #1 :-]