Ladies and Gentlemen, We Have Achieved Maximum Autumn

It’s downhill into Winter from here. Dress accordingly.

17 Comments on “Ladies and Gentlemen, We Have Achieved Maximum Autumn”

  1. Dammit, and I won’t get up there for another week and a half! I’m gonna miss it all!

    Well, actually, I’m going to be in Cuyahoga Falls. It’s probably over by now.

  2. coo1b1ue – Vermont – I'm a software engineer within the aerospace industry as well as a father of four (mostly) grown children, one of which served in Iraq (OIF2) as a combat medic.

    It peaked here in Vermont about two weeks ago. Pretty good season all in all.

  3. fictionfitz – Robert writes a column for the Peterborough, NH Ledger-Transcript he calls Moments of Bliss. He is also a hospital/nursing home chaplain. His goal is to expand his writings in either article or book form. His first book is planned for 2014.

    Reblogged this on Writing Out Loud and commented:
    Good bye autumn of 2013. Great picture!

  4. willisgarycpa – Victoria, BC, Canada – Retired life-long Texan after 27 years in Public Accounting as an MBA Certified Public Accountant and 18 years in Education as an MA-English Teacher, now relocated summer 2018 to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada to continue decades long self-employed career as a Poet and Writer.
    Gary Willis

    There must be some way to turn this autum picture thread political. [pause]
    Just kidding. Envy. Envy. Envy. Here in West Texas there is a town named No Trees. And all the trees in our town were planted by someone–too many Mulberry trees. Autumn colors? Not here. We can get 90 degree days in January. The new leaves budding out in early March push the old dead leaves off the branches to the ground. I then just let the spring winds blow them away.You live in a pretty part of the country, Sir John, with four actual seasons.

  5. Envy. Envy. Envy. We just don’t get autumn like this in Australia. I would LOVE to spend an autumn in Vermont or somewhere like that, just to see all those colours.

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