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Monday, October 17, 2011

The waiting game



It knows that as soon as it gives in to the fall, 
the winds of winter will begin breathing down our necks.

I'm cheering it on to hang up there just a bit longer.

39 comments:

Allison said...

Oh yes... keep holding on! No winter yet, please!

Meg said...

But, but... I'm so ready for cold! :)

Farm Girl said...

Well, I feel for you. Your winter seems to go on forever.

Hope said...

me too! we are having such a beautiful autumn!

hope you are well, Dawn!

Flora said...

Yes.... and I'm hangin in for warmer weather!! :)

Lynette said...

Shame...and summer is just starting here:-D

Kenley said...

Hello Tread Mill!

Farmchick said...

Didn't summer just begin a couple of days ago? Where did the time go?!

Saz said...

What a gorgeous shot Dawn!

I really don't want summer to end.. It's getting colder!

roobo69 said...

Don't blame you. It's cooking down in my neck of the woods.

Aimee said...

I'm hoping for the same thing!

Out on the prairie said...

I can wait for the snow, but last year i remember missing it when it was over.

Samantha said...

We're having so much rain I wish it would just snow!

Today was lovely, with blowing leaves and sunshine..now those days can last a while longer :)

Zuly said...

En mi país Costa Rica, tenemos nueve días de solo lluvia y más lluvia.
Saludos,
Zuly Castillo U.

Gail said...

Wow!!

Cat said...

lol
I cheer it on too Dawn!

love and light

Buttons said...

Me and you both:) B

Tim said...

Winter has its own beauty; but where you live if I recall correctly it can be long.

Jack said...

Yeah! Grab on for all you're worth and don't let go!

Marissa @Life On Our Side Of The Mountain said...

I'm cheering right along with you, girl!
:)

Please hang on little leaves!

Navigating Northward said...

yes - more days of sunshine and golden leaves please!

Mike said...

If it could just hang on another 2 months, winter would almost be bearable :-).

Deb said...

hang on tight...nice photo Dawn...

radio control cars said...

Winter session is very great. I waiting for snow fall in every winter session to play ice hockey. It is really great time for me to get successes.

Alisa Noble said...

I hope it hangs on just a little longer for you.

Summer is just ending down here.

darlin said...

I'm loving it right now, I'm in denial of what's about to come our way and am turning a blind eye to our upcoming season. I'm like the last leaf hanging on the tree in your photo, I refuse to give in!

:-)

Enjoy your week Dawn!

Country Mouse Studio said...

I agree fall is hard. Just keep thinking of all the fun winter activities :O)

heyBJK said...

Great shot, Dawn! Very peaceful (at least I think so).

this free bird said...

I'm right there with you...might even tape it to the branch if I was there.

Elizabeth Grimes said...

I agree! If we could have autumn just a little longer!

Randy said...

That's like me I am holding on for dear life until the weekend comes. Excellent photo Dawn!

ladyfi said...

Wowza - what a brilliant shot! So lovely.

John McElveen said...

GRAB THE GLUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Hugs and warmth to you and the family!


J

Val said...

I will truly hang on....Fall is my favorite time of year!

Amish Stories said...

I apologize for not visiting my favorite blogs lately, and i promise to do some catching-up with everyone in the next few days. We are experiencing cooler weather starting today (Thursday) and as for myself I'm looking forward to falls return to the Lancaster Pennsylvania area. And are the color of the leaves changing your your way folks as they are mine. Hope everyone has a great weekend and enjoy the beautiful fall season that has now begun. Richard from Amish Stories.

bon bon said...

ow, don't jinx us, dawn. ;o)

Inger said...

I have a computer again and I'm catching up with everyone. That photo and your musings were a treat.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

breathtaking!

such great composition~

Pat Tillett said...

A REALLY nice photo! Those words are exactly the reason why, I love where I live. There really is no drastic change of seasons. Of course, the trade off is that we miss a lot of the beauty the change brings with it.