That poem is so true and lovely as are you pictures. Thanks. As I sit here waiting for the dawn.
Where in the world did October go? Wonderful pics.
The poem and the pictures go so well together. I'm with the person who asked where October went. While they're at it, I hope they locate September too.
The changing of the seasons is upon us, isn't it? This poem and your photos captures the feeling so well. :)
Great poem. Wonderful way to capture what we're all feeling.And I'm willing to chip in on a "finder's fee" for October and September...
Nice poem - and as usual, beautiful photography! The pumpkin on the bucket is my favorite.Enjoy your day :-)!
Beautiful photos! They go well with the poem. Love the colors. Fall posts are the closest I'll get to autumn this year. Thanks for sharing this.
I really like the mix of photos and poetry.
The first photo is my favorite, because you know how I love the beautiful flowers ! :))Very successful this series !Bye**
oooohhh...i loved that. esp since there was chill in the air this morning and i pulled out a winter coat for the first time. made me smile all the way to work!
That pretty much sums it up.Love the fall colors in the pics!!
Wonderfully depicted with your photographs! Now I want to curl up by an fire and enjoy the crispness of the day.
lovely sentiment and always gorgeous images! hope things in your neck of the woods are going smoothly...xoxo!
I really enjoy Coatsworth's poetry.
Perfect fall colours and photos. It's an invigorating time of the year.
Beautiful! We're waking up to frost every morning but warm sun in the afternoons...it is truly November!
These words became alife through your photography ! Please have a peaceful Wednesday.daily athens
Perfect Poem and perfect pictures :)Amy
Found your blog via J on tour - the name caught my eye - small town. We don't even live in a small town, but outside the outskirts of a small village - doesn't get small than that.Read through a number of your posts and liked them very much, along with your wonderful photos.
She had a way with words, didn't she? Lovely post!
We finally had some fall weather settle in here in my part of Texas. I am so excited, I wanted my husband to go chop down a tree so we could light a fire. We would have sweat in the house, but it would so be worth it. Yeah, fall!
Yes, November is here! I'd forgotten about that poem by Elizabeth Coatsworth. Thanks for reminding me.
It got here so soon this year.....
Oh, I loved the poem. How true it is. This year is passing by so fast.
Beautiful poem and photos! November is a happy month for me as my daughter was born in November and I love the Thanksgiving holiday. :)
love this set of photos!greetings from Barcelona.http://kammyjey.blogspot.com/
very nice picture; bravo
I like these photos. And your blog is so interesting.