Early Autumn Sunday Snapshots

Suddenly, autumn is showing her colors. We had our first scrape-your-windows hard frost last week. On October 5th – can you believe it? Entirely too early for comfort. That snap of cold has triggered some changes. Here are a few autumn pics from around the farm.

Autumn Leaf

A colorful Autumn maple leaf.

Autumn Colors

Autumn colors against a crisp blue sky today in the back yard.

Cones on a white pine tree

Pine cones on a huge white pine tree ready to fall.

The Colonel Surveying his Domain

The Colonel surveying his domain.

Turkey dudes at three months

The Turkey Dudes at three months. We’re thinking we might have a Tom and a Tomasina.

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