I enlarged the second one and it is a smorgasboard of berries for the birds!Have a great Ruby Tuesday!
I do see touches of red. We are already almost past peak I think here in New England.
Nice of you to provide natural food for the birds.
Ya, I CAN see the birds! Fabulous photos.My R T is posted. Scroll down below my Tuesday's Heads or Tails...it's eerie. Also, there is a new trick or treat treat for you on my sidebar if you'd like to grab and run with it!! CLICK HERE
Labenzusta! (however its spelled)Love those leaves ... and the red berries ... et vous!
The subtle color of the leaves is lovely. And what a lot of berries the birds have to gorge on!
Wonderful fall colors. I wish I lived somewhere where fall foilage was in abundance.Wishing you a picture perfect day!Patty
LOL, Dianne!Love the patterns in both of those shots. When that first plant is in full color it will be spectacular! I saw a lovely bush with brilliant red berries lit perfectly by the afternoon sun the other day but alas, I was in a rush to get to a meeting so I couldn't stop for a photo. Such is my life.
I love to see the leaves changing colour
Oh yeah, the leaves are changing. :) Pretty!
The pale red on the leaves is pretty and the second photo is berry nice too ~Happy Ruby Tuesday
Lovely choices for Ruby Tuesday ;--)Hugs and blessings,
The birdies should love all those red berries. Maybe they are waiting they they are just ripe enough.
A subtle bit of ruby around the lovely plant. I imagine the rubies will be blazing shortly before the autumnal shedding to occur. We see the rubies as they occur and enjoy them NOW. Beauty may be fleeting, so enjoy them now!
Love those colors of fall! Beautiful!
The colours are so subtle in these shots. Really lovely!
Hi Dianne,I hope you are OK ~ no Ruby Tuesday for you this week?
Post a Comment