Saturday, September 22, 2012

Autumnal Equinox

That is the big happening today..somewhere around 9:49 AM our time.   That means Fall has arrived.  We will lose two minutes plus of sunlight every day now…sunsets happen faster than in the summer and twilight seems non existent. 

The trees are changing fast.

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The Maples are the trees that bring the  brilliant orange color to our area of Minnesota.

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I am not sure that the color will hold another week..it is not quite prime color yet..but very soon.

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Happy Fall Y’all :)

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21 comments:

  1. We have trees turning around here, too, but I haven't seen any that look as brilliant as that one! Happy Fall to you! :-)

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  2. Some of our trees have changed and some haven't . Lovely photos ! Happy First Day Of Fall to you all in Minnesota .

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  3. So gorgeous. Our trees haven't started turning yet.

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  4. When did this happen, how did Autumn sneak up on us? It's still stinking hot here, every day, until when? The snow flies?

    Do I sound like a woman in denial? Our trees have just started to turn slightly and that's down by the lake.

    Up here on the mountain, things are moving slower, that's a good thing. I'm so in denial that all the comments saying it's going to snow here make me giggle in disbelief. Really, that's not going to happen is it?

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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  5. We are about two months from a change in season, but I enjoyed seeing your colors.

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  6. Just barely getting colour here- yours is lovely!

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  7. The colors are beautiful. The trees here in Kentucky are drab looking no color to speak of. Your first snow flake I'am guessing will be around Oct 14th. We get the hated ice I keep hoping i don;t fall. Have a great weekend

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  8. I just pinned your barn pic of today. Hope that is ok with you. I love old barns and some new ones too and have a special page for Barns on Pinterest. Then I made that pic my background pic on my computer. Yes I love old barns. I grew up on a farm here in Kansas many years ago in the 30's and 40's. Have you checked out he Pinterest site. It is a lot of fun and a "great" time killer. (read:waste of time?)
    Dorothy from Kansas

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  9. Happy first day of fall. Enjoy that color! I need to get outside for at least a few minutes every day, both to take in the changes in nature and to fight my Seasonal Affect Disorder.

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  10. Love your photos. We are still in the 90's here in SoCal and will be for a few more weeks.

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  11. Happy Fall. A perfect day here 80*, but a cooling slide to 75* is predicted for next week. I love warm days and cool nights...winter...I guess we have to take it for water is a must!
    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com



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  12. Gorgeous!
    Have a wonderful Sunday!

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  13. Love the colors thank you!! Not sure ours will hold thru the week or not either.

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  14. Absolutely beautiful! I'm just returning to cyberspace and what a delight to click on your site and see these wonderful photos. Love your header!

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  15. Oh wow, the color on that last photo is just stunning!

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  16. You really have some gorgeous trees your way!
    Happy, happy fall! :)

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  17. Happy fall to you.
    We don't get the brilliant red leaves here.

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  18. Happy Fall! - Looks like we have a similar celebration - I took the same barn picture this past week on Wednesday - love that photo!

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  19. Beautiful season, beautiful photos!

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  20. Beautiful trees, Connie. We've got torrential rain forecast and highs of 11 degrees (50F?) tomorrow. Brrrr! Jo

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