U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Autumn Walk. Just Pictures

This is our fall.

I hope you enjoyed the walk.
I join the Fall Color Project
***Copyright 2012 TatyanaS


  1. Gorgeous! What a wonderful walk. I am loving this time of year! I think the photo with the doggie in the background is adorable.

  2. Thank you for taking us with to walk with you. Looks awesome! Do you have two dogs? I remember that I've seen a German Shephard in your pitures earlier..

  3. This is truly an explosion of colours! Your autumn is magical!

  4. Yes I did enjoy my walk with you Tatyana.The colours are amazing.

  5. Lovely pictures of the magnificent autumn colours in your part of the world. I enjoyed the walk very much, so did the dog on the background of one of your pictures.

  6. Stunning autumn colours and photography as always Tatyana!

  7. Stunning! What gorgeous gardens! I'm guessing they are just as wonderful in the springtime, too.

  8. Happy weekend Tatyana. Yes i fully enjoyed the walk because it is a dream to walk barefoot among those leaves, and I haven't seen those views yet in person. Autumn for me is still a mystery and hopefully will still become an experience. Of course your photos are always inspiring!

  9. Lovely to see such awesome autumn colours, never get that here!!

  10. Your fall is absolutely spectacular! Larry

  11. Beautiful!! I love all those maples!

  12. A glorious walk, enjoyed the views and the dog looked happy, then I saw a bear?

  13. Beautiful fall color!

  14. You are fortunate to be able to see all of that within walking distance. Thanks for sharing.

  15. Gorgeous Tatyana! You have such a great eye for composition ~ your photos & fall are fabulous. So much color still. A lot of ours is gone already... :(

  16. Oh wow! What a beautiful and CIVILIZED part of the world you live in! ;) Jack

  17. A very enjoyable walk! The doggie picture stole everyone's heart. We are so lucky to live in this area where it's cold enough to have beautiful colors like these yet warm enough that we can grow palms outside. We've got the best of both warm and cold climates!

  18. Our colors are just about done. I loved seeing all that you still have going on.


  19. I knew you would have some great, great fall pics. I certainly wasn't disappointed. It's been a great season.

  20. Thank you everyone for your kind comments!

  21. Oh and I did enjoy it! LOVE Fall in the Pacific Northwest. We left our heart there when we moved... nearly ten years ago!

  22. Gorgeous photos as always. Especially love those Japanese maples!

  23. hi! hasn't autumn been just gorgeous this year. our winter snows hit this week and changed the gorgeous scenery we have had since early september. Great grand collection you have here.

    oh i'm #81 at Weekly Top Shot. cool beans.

  24. Wow!! What an abundance of color. Lovely.

  25. Dear Tatyana.
    Love your marvellously beautiful photos. Wuauww.
    They look gorgeous.
    Thanks a lot for sharing.
    Have a great day.
    Best regards, Iris, Denmark.

  26. Your garden is stunning - lucky you to have this to stroll around whenever you want (but I also know how much work such a large garden is)! I look forward to all the seasons to come :-)

  27. SO incredibly gorgeous! Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #56!

  28. Thank you, my gardening friends, for your time and kind words!

  29. What a wonferful blog you have and gorgeous pics! WOW! I just luckily found your blog. Greetings from Finland! Welcome to my blog to see my house and garden :) Have a nice weekend!


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