Sunday, October 28, 2012

The Kolden Report: Last vestiges of fall, October 28, 2012

Hi, kids!
A big thank you goes out to those of you who attended "Pink Night Out" on Tuesday.  What a fun event!   It was wonderful to see all of you and your support is greatly appreciated!
Now, enjoy the last bursts of color in my world, this fall. 

Sky ablaze .
Fall "fabularity". 
Extraordinary evening.

Variegated woods.
Free to fly.
Bird peppered sky.  (This HUGE flock of blackbirds took several minutes to pass by on their way to roost in a neighbor's cornfield.  It was a sight to see!)

River bottom reverie.

Popcorn sky.

Tree-lined trail.
Tree top tall.

Lovely light.
River love.

Dotted landscape.

Fall flees.

Missouri magic.

Golden hour.
Evening delight.

Carpeted forest.
Montana magic.
Sun painting.

The colors of fall.

Tree of life.
Foggy bottom.
Ah!  People need to rise early, to see the sun in all his splendor, for his brightness seldom lasts the day through.  The morning of day and the morning of life are but too much alike. - The Pickwick Papers

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