Tuesday, November 10, 2009

11/11/2009 Outdoor Wednesday #44

"Fallen leaves lying on the grass in the November sun bring more happiness than the daffodils."
...Cyril Connolly

Fall is here. One leaf on blacktop.


Fallen leaves under a metal pumpkin decoration.


Black and white image of an unknown species of a spider.



Same spider just in color.

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22 comments:

  1. Beautiful colors of fall! I'd pick the black and white photo of the spider!

    Ebie's Outdoor Wednesday.

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  2. Beuatiful pictures. I couldn't figure out what the metal pumpkin was until I read it! It's amazing how different the two spider pictures look just by adding colour to one!! Hope you are having a great week and Happy Outdoor Wednesday : ) Sherri

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  3. The spider pictures are very cool for Halloween.

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  4. Fantastic OW photos! The spider one made me shiver... great job!
    Have a great rest of the week
    ~Really Rainey~

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  5. What a neat post, Joyce, and if forced to choose, I think my favorite is the first leaft shot you showed us, though I love the others, too.

    Happy OW to you...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  6. I must say that metal pumpkin really had me puzzled for a while....great photography.

    My O W is a nearby marshland with waterfowl and Autumn colors...and a surprise L N Monster visit!!!

    Come by and see

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  7. I like the spider shot!

    I explored the Jogging trail this time.

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  8. Great photos, I especially like the spider in color.

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  9. What perfect fall images. Thanks for sharing them with us. Have a great Outdoor Wednesday.

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  10. Hello Joyce,

    I am not a fan of spiders, but that is a great shot! Amazing the difference between the two and how each one gives a different message.

    Thank you for sharing your photos with us!

    ~ Tracy

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  11. Magnificent Fall photographs! I especially love the spider in black and white ... then color ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  12. Wow! I love your photo's.......the spider look scary. It looks so good that I thought it was going to crawl out of my screen.
    Thank you for your note on my Blog and for visiting. :-)

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  13. gativI know most people don't...but, I like spiders (and snakes). I think they are beautiful. Thanks for visiting today :0)

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  14. I truly enjoyed your post today. You did some things different and that is always nice. The fall leaves are hard to beat when it comes to color and beauty. Thanks for skipping over to my world.

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  15. This is the sound of me picking my jaw up off the floor.

    That spider? Gaaa...incredible!

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  16. These are gorgeous shots. I think my favorite is the lone leaf on the blacktop - very striking. And the spider shots are really well done. As long as you warn me if you are going to post any shots of snakes lol. Kathy

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  17. the colored photo of spider is fabulous! beautiful fall colors!

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  18. Great shots! I especially love the black and white.

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting on the camellia pictures. They are in a friend's yard and I thought they were gorgeous. We are having a wet and cool fall and that must be good for them. Blessings.

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  19. Hi Joyce! Glad to see that the computer is ok!! Wonderful shots. The spider is amazing... ;) Great job!!

    Blogtrotter finished Turkey 2008 (with a post you should see... ;)) and is now back to a gem in Iberia for you to comment on... ;)
    Enjoy and have a great weekend!

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  20. Nice photography! Spiders are still making webs here too. I'm surprised they haven't given up since we've already had a hard frost. But there must still be some tasty morsels around for them to capture.

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  21. I like the black and white photo of the spider best, in some way you see more details since there is no color to fool the eyes. MB

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