Goodness, Gracious....

The "falling sun" looked like a Great Ball O' Fire!



Definitely fall has arrived. The day is warm and golden, the night is playing biting games with the fairest flowers and shrubs. The hubbys work schedule has tightened and Dancing With The Stars is on Monday and Tuesday evenings. It is time to get out the dusting mitten. But. . . . . . . it will wait.



Late comment: At the end of harvest and the wheat fields are dry and some are burned, plus the additional huge wild fire that smoked us for days - we have a thick layer of dust and grime on everything that needs to be addressed. I'd like to address it to someone else..............

Comments

Melissa said…
Oh, that reminds me of the sunset at my grandparents' farm in North Dakota. *smile*

You know, the one where THEN, ALL THE TREES DIED. ;)

Thanks for stopping by!
Silly Hily said…
The sunset is such a beautiful thing but man oh man how I hate to see it happen earlier and earlier every single day.
Pass the Torch said…
GORGEOUS!! I want to take photos like these, but sunrise and sunset are always such busy times for me, I can't just go for a drive. But a vacations.... Well, that's every other picture;)

Oh, the dust mitten? I thought those were only for spring;)
loyal N fan said…
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Jenn said…
What a beautiful picture. Fall is here for sure. We even had to turn the furnace on last week.
Shauna said…
Such a pretty picture! ! !

We have the AC off and windows open. . .Love this weather! ! !
Susan in va said…
What a gorgeous picture! I love fall :)
kailani said…
I love the reference to your blog title. Very creative!

What a great picture! It looks so peaceful!
willowtree said…
Nice shot! I'm adding this because I felt embarassed that the WV was longer than the comment. Ah that's better.
Karmyn R said…
This morning on my way to drop the kindergartner off - there was a faint mist just hanging in the lower parts of the hills - and at one point, the rising sun was sending rays through it. I need to take my camera with me.
ablondeblogger said…
Wow...that photo is beautiful!!
Robin said…
We're easing into Fall here, this week has been FULL of perfect days--clear skies (instead of the haze & humidity & HEAVINESS of summer) and a hint of cooler temps. This picture is what I see in my mind's eye when it comes to the season. Love it! (How did I miss it yesterday??)
Swampwitch said…
That is an absolute stunning photo. I can't stop looking at it. I love pics of sunrises and sunsets.
"You can touch my dust, just please don't write in it."
SongBird said…
That is one beautiful picture!
Julie said…
Love the photo! I love sunrises and sunsets. They are like fresh paintings every morning and night. :)
Tricia said…
That's just beautiful, the kind of photo that should be framed and displayed. :)
Anonymous said…
Beautiful photo

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