LIKE MY BLOG? Click below on "FOLLOW" and add yourself to the list of my followers!

COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
All pictures (and blogposts) are copyrighted and may not be reproduced/used in any manner without my PRIOR approval. Thank you for respecting my hard work.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Earth, Water and Color!

I am continuing today with more autumn pictures
taken in my "neck of the woods"
(the Upper Peninsula of Michigan).

Enjoy!



Autumn leaves after the rain:








River flowing:








Colorful reflections in the flowing water:









Freckled autumn leaves:







I thought those dried up little "sticks"
of mud in the evaporting pond
looked like gnome hats:









Colorful pond:




Loved this little fall mushroom poking out of the ground:









Hi. My name is Joan and I'm addicted to taking mushroom photography:










Reflections:

I hope you get a chance today to "reflect" on how wonderful Nature is
and
how she provides us with moments of pure joy.

*****************************
Don't forget to start thinking of getting your picture into
the
FREE PHOTO CONTEST!!

January 2011's theme is:

WHITE!!!

You don't have to be a blogger to enter.

Just follow the rules in the post below this one.

Get your photo in to me no later than midnight, Jan. 31st, 2012.

11 comments:

Jientje said...

That first photo!!! LOVE the colors of that one!
This is what struck me most when I landed in Washington when I visited the States for the first time. You have a lot of red trees, they told me they were Maple trees? We don't have them ( or hardly any) in Belgium, so our autumn landscapes are a lot duller. We have greens and oranges and yellows, but not that vibrant red. I thought it looked stunning, still do when I see your pictures!
I half expected to see a little gnome pop up from behind that red mushroom, loved that one as well!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Oh WOW! Each of these is a winner in my eyes. Thanks for the shot of colour.

Jeanette said...

Wow! Beautiful pictures! So colorful and gorgeous and those mud sticks do look like knome hats!

TexWisGirl said...

just totally gorgeous, joan, oh, ms. addicted to shrooms! :)

Eva Gallant said...

You capture beauty on film that most of us would walk by and never notice! Thanks for sharing the wonders that we would miss otherwise.

Sandra said...

I am thinking the gnomes that left those prehistoric things by the pond moved over to live under that gorgeous condo/toad stool

Country Gal said...

Breathtaking photos ! Have a great day !

Andrea said...

It is always exhilarating to see your photos, and of course inspiring for me who doesn't get splendid shots. And to see such colors of autumn is always a dream for us who doesn't have your 4 seasons. As you know we only have the dry and the wet seasons, we have evergreen greens!

Karin M. said...

Wow...soooo beautiful...super quality and colors...
Greetings Karin

Susan said...

We just moved from MI... I miss the Fall so much! You captured it beautifully!

So. Cal. Gal said...

I have a pic that's very similar to the last 'reflection' photo. Taken in MN, of course. We don't have anything like that in So. Cal. *sigh*

Btw, I think I just thought of something 'white'. lol!

Follow by Email

REMINDER: All photographs on this blog are COPYRIGHTED.

REMINDER: All photographs on this blog are COPYRIGHTED.
Please do not copy any of my photographs (or narratives) without my permission! All pictures will be tracked for copyright violations.

Lijit Search

LinkWithin

Blog Widget by LinkWithin

About Me

My photo
I retired in June 2008 and started my blog in November 2008. I worked at several jobs as a Registered Nurse prior to retirement. I LOVE being retired! Blogging has offered me a whole new venue to start writing again and to share new hobbies such as gardening, birdwatching and sharing my nature photography. If you like my blog, PLEASE click on "follow this blog". Having a lot of followers reading my blog gives me incentive to continue to do photography and to continue to write. I also LOVE comments, so I encourage you to leave me a comment after you read my posts. Thanks everyone, for taking the time to read me!!

Blog Archive

ultimate translation selector

To get more traffic to your blog: