BeautiFALL Part 2

For the record, I do not care for the new editor format WordPress is forcing on users. It’s cumbersome and not the least bit intuitive.

There, now that that’s out of the way, we can get on to more enjoyable things….like looking at Autumn photos. My last post shared some awesome seasonal examples but they were from cultivated areas around my house. Today, I’m sharing a peek at some more uncultivated areas. This is an untamed area behind a neighbor’s home. I posted one from this area last Sunday.

How about these jewels? It’s best to social distance and admire them from afar because it’s a healthy stand of poison ivy. Believe me…..I know exactly what this plant looks like in every season.

If you saw my post last Tuesday, you noticed a wood footbridge spanning a dry creek bed leading into the woods. When I saw this, my mind thought of the book/movie, Bridge to Tarabithia. It’s like you could step off this bridge and immediately be transported into a new dimension. Don’t you think it’s a bit mysterious and just begs for woodland adventures?

Walking back into civilization, I came upon this lovely set against a clear blue sky on the edge of another neighbor’s yard. I can’t remember if it’s their tree or ours but I suppose it doesn’t really matter. Maybe we’ll share custody.

Autumn is therapy for me. Watching the leaves fall like snow settles my soul and fills me with a sense of calm. Unfortunately, it fills Entrepreneur with a sense of despair at having to try and keep the fallen leaves off his manicured, 2-acre lawn. I told him it’s a fruitless undertaking and he should just embrace the Autumn chaos. 🤣

Happy Friday everyone and hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

7 thoughts on “BeautiFALL Part 2

  1. I agree, Lisa, I have a blog on WordPress and I don’t like the new editor format at all. Like you said, it’s cumbersome. Why do these blogging platforms keep changing things that don’t need to be changed?


    Stunning images of my favorite season! I especially love the one of the bridge. I can’t get over how vibrant the trees are in your area. WOW!

    Thanks so much for sharing the beauty, my friend. Have a lovely weekend!

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