Wordless Wednesday – Autumn Where I Live

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Autumn, in Michigan, is stunningly gorgeous. And it’s my favorite season.  Though, there are days that I’m not sure why, since every year, it actively attempts to murder me.  (All photos taken by me.)

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Local apple orchard. 
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Farm near the orchard. 
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Autumn road. 
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Reflections in the pond. 
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Faery gold on the water. 
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That weird autumn light. 

Autumn roses in my mom’s garden. 

Changing leaves. 

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Changing colors under an autumn sky. 
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Peering through the reeds at Merlin’s Place. 
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Patchwork sky. 
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Secret woods.
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Autumn moon. 
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Homemade split pea soup. 
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The autumn survival kit: nebulizer, albuterol, inhaler, allergy pills, airborne, and Gypsy Cold Care tea. Oh, and Kitsune looking very concerned. 

Be sure to check out the other bloggers’ photos of autumn where they live.

Jess * Gwen * Paige

 

Author: Bronwyn

There's not a lot to tell - I'm married a wonderful guy and we have two fantastic, kids. I write erotic romance and try to avoid housework and cooking at all costs.

6 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Autumn Where I Live”

  1. I do love Michigan this time of year. So colorful and beautiful. I am enjoying it. I am sad to hear you are under the weather. Oops. That bun was not intended. Hope you feel well soon. Hugs!

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  2. So beautiful!! And you take amazing pictures. ❤ I really need to get up to Michigan one day. I’d love to see the beauty in person.

    Hey… you almost actually didn’t use words on wordless Wednesday! 😀

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