Autumn Sights in the Countryside

Although most of the brilliant fall colors have faded away, the beauty of autumn remains. And this splendor is often displayed in the everyday and ordinary.

Two deer graze in a newly harvested field. A few ears of corn are always left behind and make a tasty meal.

Two deer graze in a newly harvested field. A few ears of corn are always left behind and make a tasty meal.

 

 

A hollow tree draped with fuzzy poison ivy vines

A hollow tree draped with fuzzy poison ivy vines

 

 

 

 

Neighbors across the road

Neighbors across the road

 

A few remaining autumn leaves

A few remaining autumn leaves

 

 

 

 

 

Dried wild flowers by a fence post

Dried wild flowers adorn a fence post

 

Many surrounding fields are harvested by hand. After the ears of corn are picked, the stocks are collected and tied into bundles.

Many surrounding fields are harvested by hand. After the ears of corn are picked, the stocks are collected and tied into bundles. Look close to see pumpkins in the background.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wild turkeys in our backyard

Wild turkeys in our backyard

Wide open spaces make wonderful views

Wide open spaces create wonderful views

There’s nothing like country living.

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About Kathie Mitchell

Kathie enjoys country living, time with family, playing cornet in community bands, crafts, gardening, and writing.
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6 Responses to Autumn Sights in the Countryside

  1. Wonderful photos Kathie 🙂 It is a beautiful time of the year, just as Autumn finishes and real winter starts 🙂

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