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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Inevitable ...

The passage of time is inevitable ... as are the seasons.
There it was. The first tree on my lake to succumb to fall; it was inevitable!
Another season has gone by.

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  1. Karen:

    it's not so bad. I don't see any of that white stuff yet

    bob: riding the wet coast

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    1. The fall colours are beautiful (without the white stuff!)

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  2. A lovely image nonetheless, V Star Lady, especially juxtaposed with the small blooms in the foreground.

    Regards,
    Raindog

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    1. Thanks Raindog, it's actually much more spectacular in person. And thanks for stopping by.

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  3. Quick! There may be still time to eliminate the tree before it influences it's neighbors! Maybe they haven't noticed the change yet...

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    1. Too late already Richard. Today I noticed that several of it's friends have started to join it in the change.

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  4. I know. Trees are starting to change here as well. Way too soon; we're still waiting for summer to arrive.

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    1. Seems like it's all happening too soon!

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  5. Isn't that a lovely way for one season to say goodbye. I love fall foliage.

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    1. It was so unusual to see one tree completely changed before the others had started ... but the rest are beginning to join the first. I love the fall (except for the fact I know that winter is coming.)

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  6. Already turning and still three weeks of summer left. Sigh. At least they go out with some glory. Love fall colors too.

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  7. Definitely in a 'blaze' of glory.

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  8. Lovely pictures! It seems summer is far too short. I love fall, but dread winter, and I have nothing to complain about winter wise compared to you, but still it's too long.

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    1. Dar, wet and cold is still wet and cold with or without snow!

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  9. Karen, you stopped to take a photo; today I didn't but saw my first one and just couldn't believe it. I want to believe (therefore will) that it was due to some construction and grading near its roots.

    It's Labor Day weekend and today I'm at my favorite rally of the year. If I see another tree turning this weekend I'll do my best to look away. :)

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    1. Am looking forward to extending the summer through your adventure at the rally.

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  10. The inevitable march towards fall and winter. It saddens me because our summers are so short. But fall is so pretty it kind of makes up for the dreariness of winter.

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    1. Far too short Dar...but winter has it beauty as well (just sans motorcycles!)

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