Fall Mornings

Oct
28


Fall mornings come with fog in the hills. The roosters crow just the same, as if they don’t know winter is coming. But the hills know. They wrap themselves in their white blankets on chilly mornings and whisper, “Come on…. We’re ready….”


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 28, 2010  

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  1. 10-28
    1:22
    am

    growing up in South Charleston way up on Massey Circle I would watch eat my breakfast each morning looking out over the valley and this here… what you have… said is spot on.

  2. 10-28
    5:15
    am

    Those hills of West Virginia are beautiful. This is a great time of year.

  3. 10-28
    5:59
    am

    Still a beautiful view, leafless trees or not!

  4. 10-28
    6:32
    am

    Looks like the frogs are making soup this morning! That’s what my family says when the fog hangs over the trees like that. Makes me want homemade soup tonight! Enjoy your beautiful view, thanks for sharing.

  5. 10-28
    7:46
    am

    :woof: Nothing is more beautiful than Mother Nature, she give us color in the spring, summer, and fall, and in the winter when things look bleak, she puts on her make up of white and makes everthing look clean and beautiful and again. :snowman:

  6. 10-28
    8:25
    am

    Like I always say….God is the “Painter” of all painters…..we just need to keep our eyes focused on the beauty every day he allows us to stay here on earth among his beautiful creations! Have a wonderful day! :wave:

  7. 10-28
    8:34
    am

    the steam is rising off the lake big time this morning! Tonight…first frost of the year for us here on Granny Mountain, bring it on Mother Nature-we’re ready!

  8. 10-28
    8:47
    am

    And nothing shouts for the fall/winter transition like West Virginia!!!

  9. 10-28
    9:27
    am

    Beautiful!

  10. 10-28
    10:28
    am

    nice words, reminds me of J. G. Whittier a bit!

  11. 10-28
    11:51
    am

    Thank you for sharing your lovely view with us flatlanders.

  12. 10-28
    12:28
    pm

    It is a beautiful view. Makes you want to snuggle in a blanket on the front porch, and have another cup of coffee.
    Love it.

  13. 10-28
    12:37
    pm

    I love when fog hangs in the valleys like that. Beautiful photo Suzanne, thanks for sharing. :yes:

  14. 10-28
    9:20
    pm

    Lovely imagery! We don’t have mist or fog wrapping our hills–such as they are!

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