They lack the brilliance of bright yellows and deep reds but they make November's visit very special.
Hope you take some time to enjoy this month's palette. Have a great day!
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Debbie, you are so right. Though they've lost their vibrant colors they are still lovely. And, the speckled leaves look like nature did a watercolor painting and splattered some paint around for good measure. I hope you've had a lovely weekend.ReplyDelete
We are having some brilliantly beautiful colors this autumn here in IL. I was marveling at them yesterday enroute to IHOP for breakfast with the kids.ReplyDelete
WOW, Deb .. AWESOME colors!! ! LOVE IT!ReplyDelete
I love November as it is now, and later with the bare trees. So pretty with the sun shine added.ReplyDelete
Yes, I love all of autumns colors and your photos capture it so well, it's nice to notice the subtle differences between October and Novembers colors.ReplyDelete
How lucky we are to have the seasons so we can use a different palette. Lovely photosReplyDelete
A great week to youReplyDelete
I'll look now at the landscape with more color names.
It's still a beautiful palette. Here we usually just get the brown madder :(ReplyDelete
Have spent a few minutes reading your lovely posts Debbie and am now following!! Love the sketches one btw!! Thank you so much for the wonderful comment you left on my blog.... really appreciated!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this lovely palette that we have in nature in November. Enjoy you day!ReplyDelete
Great colors. It is with those colors why I love autumn. Thank you for sharing this nature's colors. God blessReplyDelete
Even though the colors start to become less bright, it is still a pleasure to stroll through the woods or countryside to admire the decline . Have a nice day .ReplyDelete
Such beautiful photos, Debbie, and such a pleasure to look at them. Thank you for posting them!ReplyDelete
Your photos are gorgeous, Debbie.ReplyDelete
Although we are in the southwest we still have a full change of seasons.
At the moment we have a lovely range of golds with the cottonwoods still with all their leaves
and when the sun hits them they appear to glow like they are illuminated from within.
Thank you for your lovely comment and blessing.
Wow, Debbie, Beautiful Photos!..... I am starting to love Fall, and all the shades. thanks for sharing your lovely photography, and scenery.ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures and post! The season is different here but I love the goldenness of it all. Have a great week, Debbie!ReplyDelete
You're so 'right on' Deb!!! Why is it that now we describe everything in paint colors???? LOLOL Wonderful imagery and captures!ReplyDelete
I love the colors of November! Don't forget that slate blue sky. Wonderful photos!ReplyDelete