Bringing Fall To You, Part Two

After I reviewed my photographic post of Fall in Indiana, I realized that not all the pictures were incorporated.  So today you get the second installment of my walk…… I am delighted that many of you  enjoyed my walk via pictures, and I am happy to share a few more!

A bright spot in the forest

A favorite scene in nature are sunbeams streaming through a woods. The light illuminates the beauty within.

Could it be a new home?

This woodpecker hole is amazing! The time it must have taken for that woodpecker to carve out a hole this size is a lesson in patience for us humans.

I love this vine!

The aroma of honeysuckle is intoxicating! It is sweet and heady but not over-powering. I am so drawn to its delicate scent. It always takes me to a peaceful place. I am drawn to stop and inhale its essence down deep into my lungs and my spirit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The colors say it all!

I can almost put myself into this image as I gaze on the beautiful colors set off by the blue sky.

I wish for you many days of beauty and serenity.

 

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5 Responses to Bringing Fall To You, Part Two

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