Eye Candy Friday October 23, 2009 Eye Candy Friday Our leaves are at their peak right about now. Everywhere I look there is red and orange and gold. It’s gorgeous and I love it. Have a wonderful weekend! Related Posts Eye Candy Friday Jack drew this turkey for me the other night when they were over for dinner.… Eye Candy Friday Alas, the dahlias are indeed done. But! Thanks for a big birthday for one of… Eye Candy Friday I'm so fortunate to still be picking and sharing dahlias this late in October. Today… Share this:FacebookX This Post Has 14 Comments I was just noticing yesterday how vibrant the colors are right now. I have to admit, it’s beautiful! Beautiful. I love fall. Have a great weekend! So pretty. It’s lovely here, too, but I’m afraid the nasty rain and wind we’re having will ruin all the leaves. Love your picture. The valley is looking mostly gold with a few reds thrown in and I’m not looking forward to nekid trees. Hopefully winter will be kind this year. Driving home yesterday I commented on how the falling leaves looked lovely, like “yellow snowfall.” My daughters groaned – okay, bad simile, but you know what I meant. Have a wonderful weekend. Looks like much of what we have here too. I drove around a bit to my LYS and back yesterday taking it all in. After the inches of rain due Saturday we’ll probably have mostly nekkid trees after. Thank you for the beautiful fall photo. Nary a sign of fall leaves here yet. Enjoy your weekend! fabulous photo!! Our color is peaking out here as well. They are beautiful! I must get myself off this chair and get outside to enjoy the colors before they are gone. beautiful! Thank you for sharing! Ah New England in the fall! Thank you! The reddish ones are my favorites. . . Pretty! Happy Weekend! So pretty. Most of ours are past peak now, although I had that thought when I was going down the interstate yesterday, but then when I got home to my town and my street, it was still ablaze with color. I should have taken a picture, as the lighting was great, but of course I didn’t, and today it’s nothing but dreariness. Comments are closed.