Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Autumn Bonfire


These Rudbeckia Hirta "Autumn Colours" remind me of small bonfires.


The sun sets their colours aflame.


Leaving the embers to glow all day long. 



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    1. Thanks Connie, Mother Nature likes to end things with a Bang!

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  2. Hello Rosemary!
    Great, full of joy Rudbeckia.
    They are beautiful. And your pictures perfectly.
    Lucja

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    1. Thank you Lucia, and you're right, these Rudbeckia are full of joy :)

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  3. Colors and pictures are really beautiful Rosemary

    Greetings, Joop

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    1. Thank you Joop, this way we can't help but welcome the Fall.

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  4. Hey Rosemary,
    Wonderful shots of these flowers.
    The colors are really amazing!! I love it!!

    Many greetings,
    Marco

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    1. Thanks Marco, with everything around them turning brown, these colours stand out in my garden even more!

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  5. Takie kolory są potrzebne jesienią, dodają energii. Piękne zdjecia. Pozdrawiam.
    These colors are needed in the autumn, boost your energy. Beautiful pictures. Yours.

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    1. What you say is true Giga, and they do make me smile when I am outside :)

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  6. Gorgeous orange hues. Love that first shot.

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    1. Thanks Chris, these orange colours are putting me in the mood for pumpkins and Halloween :)

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  7. gorgeous views. wow!! i love the colors. these scream fall time of the year. my fav. (:

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    1. Fall is my favourite season as well, and yes, these colour are so bright they scream :)

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  8. What a gorgeous way of welcoming Fall!
    Lovely shots Rosemary :)
    Brilliant !!!!

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  9. Gorgeous photos Rosemary! These beautiful blooms definitely scream "fall" with their vibrant red/orange hues!

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  10. So impressive colours!
    passion in photographs!

    xoxo, Juliana
    [pjhappies.blogspot.com]

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Thank you so much for your kind words :)

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