English: Lower Cannop Pond; October morning mist 1 Looking north on a fine crisp autumn morning. The species turning colour most are the birches. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Warmth of the sun mellowing
Cool crisp calm quiet
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Wow! That is a beautiful landscape.
it is isn’t it – wish I could take credit for it–it is from Wikipedia (for some reason the credit did not translate into the post)
Great shot! And lovely poem! Happy October to you!
Thank you so much-happy October to you too!
Great picture, lovely words.
That’s the way it was here, too! I love fall. Do you think there will be as many posts about winter when it arrives?
I wonder – maybe Christmas – though I like winter
I’m sure October will feel welcome after reading your beautiful poem.
what a lovely thing to say – thank you
Thanks for the welcoming beginning to October.
I love the month of October
That photo is utterly beautiful my friend
Choc Chip Uru
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Lovely Poem, Simply lovely.
why thank you –
Ummm! Fall, sweet Fall. ;).
I love those October mornings too. I always look forward to the return of sweater days.
me too – not boot coat gloves days but sweater days
A nice Haiku to start of the new month!
What a gorgeous photo!
thanks – it is courtesy of Wikipedia
a good start for this month
that is a good way to look at it!
Perfect for the start of this month!
yes it is~
Pretty words, pretty month. I love the crispness in the air in the mornings and the still warm afternoons.
it is a nice time of year – it was actually warmer in Ottawa today than it was here
I wanna be there, right now.
just wait until morning
This for me sums up every single Autumn morning. I smile every time I look out of my window. Thank you. xo
and thank you –:)
What a lovely photo and some beautiful words.
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