Friday, November 25, 2011

Burning love and a cold heart


I'd been waiting for a frosty morning. It may be November but we haven't had as many in the northeast as one might think. 

Finally the perfect morning, cold and crisp, with the sun just beginning to rise.



All the leaves from the Burning Bushes had dropped . . .



so it was finally time for a little . . . burning love . . .




A little Instagram love

19 comments:

Mary said...

Good eye, Sharon :D

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

We have a few burning bushes next to our house... Love them when they reach their peak color in the fall and cover the ground with their fire. Wonderful photos, Sharon!

Lisa RedWillow said...

Sahron these are all beautiful

Gone Country said...

Gorgeous!

Carole said...

Looks like rose petals. I never think of planting a burning bush until I see them in the Fall and think what am I waiting for?

gorgeous,

C

MariCrea said...

These frosted leaves are very nice
Happy weekend
Mari

Country Girl said...

Just what I needed this morning. Absolute perfection, Sharon.

Carol Mattingly said...

So gorgeous Sharon. Carol

Melissa said...

Absolutely beautiful!

injoyinmylife said...

Oh the colors!!!! Thanks for your beautiful pictures.

Oliag said...

The sweetest ever! Absolutely gorgeous:)

Carolynn said...

Nice!

I think of you every time I get up and look out on a frosty, fog-filled morning and wonder at your ability to get yourself out there so early and in such cold weather. I berate myself for my inability to do the same, knowing I'm probably missing out on some great photo ops. I kid you not.

The Retired One said...

I loved these shots..just gorgeous!!

Pat said...

I just love that first shot! How gorgeous!

Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

Hello Sharon~I've just strolled in for my first visit...I've enjoyed taking a peek at your posts. Your photos are beautifully creative.

As fall comes to a close I look forward to winter that's fast approaching, bringing a festive inspiration for trimming my home and filling the air with the aroma of the season.

The evergreen decor is much appreciated by the cat who enjoys an occasional game of ping pong toss with my ornaments...

I look forward to coming by your charming blog again.
Come by for a visit. Your company would be nice.

Sweet wishes,
Sara

La Vie Quotidienne said...

I don't think we have this plant on the west coast and it is really georgous. Talk about georgous...your photography is wonderful, something I aspire to. Beautiful.

Donna said...

I love the frosted look of those leaves and how you captured them.
This is a very "sweet" blog here! I'm so glad you're still blogging!

missing moments said...

Beautiful photographs and love that bit of frost!

Kerri said...

Oh these are SUPER!