Wednesday, April 8, 2009

The colours of Bowral in Autumn



My children's school holidays starts today, I feel like school only went back after Christmas the other day. My 16 year son Thomas has gone overseas for a month, boo hoo,,, to a little tiny little island Kiribati in the South Pacific, somewhere half way between Fiji and Hawaii. We packed his backpack with swimmers and summer gear while I'm sitting here now with two jumpers on and very thick socks. It's freezing already and it's only Autumn. Gosh, I think we are in for a very cold winter.

Thomas is off to have the experience of a lifetime, no electricity, no shops, no television, no mobile phones. All he will be eating is fish and rice and he. with a group of his friends will be building huts and teaching the little village kids in the school.

Autumn in Bowral is very pretty, I am running around with my camera as fast as I can to photograph before all the leaves have gone. Here are a few of my snaps in some favourite gardens that I often visit.

15 comments:

  1. Coty, I love love love the colors of the collage at the top of this post. So beautiful. How I love autumn colors... though I must say that we are just getting our spring, and I'm so glad for it. We've had a long rainy winter, and I'm ready for warm air. Isn't it a bit amazing that I can sit here on my bit of earth - in the spring... while you sit on yours - in the fall. Wonderful that we can share it with eachother (:
    Vicki

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  2. Gorgeous post. I love fall... at least I did when we lived North in Ohio. The changing leaves and the wonderful colors are something I miss... not to mention that clear, crisp chill in the air. Something magical about that. As always, nice work.

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  3. Coty,

    I am loving your pictures of fall, however I am wondering why we are having these in spring!

    I so enjoy you blog. Such inspiration! :-)

    xoxo
    Blondie

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  4. I love the photos, they are beautiful. The seasons I love best are Autumn and Spring.

    Bonne vacance

    Leeann

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  5. To think you are in Autumn, when Spring is just peeking out now her in the midwest USA...I have always admired your blog pictures and the willow and bench is just dreamy!!

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  6. You do have a lovely Autumn. Thanks for sharing. Happy Outdoor Wednesday. Here's mine:
    http://smilingsally.blogspot.com/2009/04/yellow-tabebuia.html

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  7. I love yor pictures one by one......
    So beatiful
    And lots of fun for Thomas.
    Have a nice easter

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  8. Your photos are WONDERFUL! I want to learn to do a collage. Do you have a special program you would recomend? My favorite photo(I LOVED THEM ALL) is the one of the nest full of eggs as that beautiful child peeks over the side. THANK YOU for sharing these photos. And... smile Momma he is having fun. Those chicks do fly the nest... but they remember where it's at.

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  9. Love the, "Changing Seasons" photo above. Everything is just lovely.

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  10. Happy Outdoor Wednesday Coty! Beautiful pictures (as always). I love seeing through you eyes!
    Thanks for sharing your photos.~ Susan

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  11. Beautiful Autumn colours... reminds me a bit of Queenstown here in NZ. Where I live though, until today it's been pretty warm and the Autumn colours are still hiding!

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  12. Such beautiful photos! We are in Spring mode here but fall is my favorite seasons so I particularly enjoyed the "The Changing Seasons" collage of pics!

    Manuela

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  13. What wonderful photographs! I do so love the earth colors of fall. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  14. Your blog is stunning!!! I must say that every time I stop by...its still true!!! Your photos take my breath away!!! The colors of fall are yummy!!!

    Happy Easter
    XOXO
    Cathy

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  15. What a blessing to live somewhere so beautiful. Clarice

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