24 November 2011

Happy Thanksgiving 2011

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
We have been quite busy around here.
We cleared this area,
and added the rock garden.

 We planted lots of bulbs around this tree.
 Can you believe we still have tadpoles?
If you look close where the arrow is you can see him under the reflected leaves.
The inset is focused a little more on him.
 This is the tree that was reflected in the last picture.
I took these just a few days ago,
yet nearly every leaf has fallen from this tree now.
 The barn, 
 The dogwood tree at it's autumn peak.
It has lost nearly every leaf too.
 Look at all those leaves!
 We get some particularly spectacular sunsets this time of year.
We have much to be thankful for here.
Hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful! 


  1. You always have the best photos! Happy Thanksgiving to all of you from all of us!

  2. loving the view...your world is full of color...like the rock garden too...

    happy thanksgiving!

  3. Beautiful pics of autumn in your home! Yay for the tadpole - what a trouper!!!!

    Happy thanksgiving! Take care

  4. It looks like you are having such lovely weather still ~ how wonderful!

    I am thankful for the sweet gifts you sent Banjo and I! I will be posting photos tomorrow morning! :)

    Have a happy weekend Kat!
    xo Catherine

  5. A belated Happy Thanksgiving to you and your pictures are, as always, quite lovely!

    It's kind of sad to say good-bye to fall though.

  6. Dear Kat, thank you for sharing these lovely images from your gorgeous home.;)) And a happy belated Thanksgiving to you and yours,

  7. Beautiful photos and property. I love the last picture.


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