When Autumn Comes to Town

No other season says change to me more than Autumn. Fall in Connecticut brings crisp cool mornings and comfortable days. The metamorphosis of the green landscape to vibrant shades of orange, red, and yellow and ultimately to browns and grays seems to happen quickly from one day to the next.

Pond House Fall_edited
The Pond House at Elizabeth Park – West Hartford, CT
Countryside Park Fall_edited_edited
Countryside Park – Avon, CT


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Former Collins Company Axe Factory – Collinsville, CT


WordPress Photo Challenge: Delta.

For this week’s photo challenge, share a picture that symbolizes transitions, change, and the passing of time.


9 Comments Add yours

  1. cms4896 says:

    Beautiful New England!

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    1. It sure is. We were lucky to grow up there.


  2. Beautiful selection of pictures! I especially like the covered bridge.

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    1. Thank you, Sue. The covered bridge is in a small park near my parent’s home. It’s a favorite place for us to visit for a picnic. My father loves to fish in the small ponds.

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  3. Dahlia says:

    OMG Gorgeous colors!

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    1. Thank you, Dahlia. It’s a pure delight for me to visit my family in the fall. I lucked out to be there when the leaves peaked in color.

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      1. Dahlia says:

        Lucky indeed!

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  4. mybicolblog says:

    I think if we had autumn in my country, it would be my favorite time of the year. When the leaves turn red and gold is just pure magic, and I only see them in photos =)


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