Monday, October 19, 2009

Adventures on a Sunday Afternoon Drive


The Pancake Flats Chamber of Commerce is pounding its chest today! Yessir! Sunday and today are about as purty as they get. Took a drive with My First Wife and a friend yesterday afternoon. Took some pictures, too. While everybody else was wasting their time watching football, we got these pictures. Please note the brilliant blue sky here in the Heart of America. The last photo is our friend's neighbor's porchette.





 

 

 




 



Oh, by the way. I posted a seasonal photo on My Hats Blog. You otta stop by.

13 comments:

Senorita said...

Nice pictures. I enjoy Fall colors, but not the change in temperatures......

Mike Golch said...

Great photos of the fall colors.

kenju said...

Beautiful trees, Paul. You are WAY ahead of us!

Carmi said...

I love this time of year for its ability to stun me with beauty every time I turn the corner. These are beautifully captured! Thanks for the inspiration to head outside and see the colors in my 'burg.

Seeker said...

Nice.

Ralph said...

Nice pictures. All the trees in town here went from green to brown in two days. Amazing what two hard freezes can do.
Ralph

Evil Twin's Wife said...

Beautiful! Ours have been changing a bit, but it has been so rainy and overcast, I haven't been able to get a decent picture!

Jennie said...

Your fall's prettier than ours!

cassie-b said...

What beautiful shots of Autumn. Thanks so much for sharing.
Now I'm on my way to see you hats blog.

Cas
and have a great day!

jennifer said...

I MISS having a real fall. Here in South Alabama there are pine trees and palm trees. Neither of those get all that pretty in the fall.

Have a great week Paul!

Monique said...

Wow, Paul, that is breathtakingly beautiful!!

Scarlet said...

These photos are what fall is all about. Thanks for sharing a view I never get to see up close and personal.

Whitemist said...

The colors!
This is what i like about fall, EVERYTHING turns a color, at least up here in CT.
To me, tho I hate the cold of Winter and Spring is beautiful with things turning green, they just do not beat the display of color in the fall!