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Just a couple of shots of here today, gone tomorrow.

The firewood that was a tree will be burned to ash, and the stump is slowly losing it's bark. The beauty of the spider lilies is already gone..they don't last but a week or two at most around here.  

43 comments:

  1. The spider lilies are beautiful. It always surprises me to notice how many flowers bloom in the Fall. They are a welcome sight. Enjoy your week! It's in the 80s here today. Hugs, Diane

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  2. Very pretty waterfall scene. And I love the pretty flowers. Lovely images, certainly not what I would call rubbish, lol. Have a great day!

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  3. our stump is shedding its bark all in one piece... i have been meaning to document it. love that waterfall. is that on your property?

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    1. I sure wish it was! No, this was at Silver Dollar City, in Branson Mo..a mini vacation we took this summer.

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  4. mine lone spider lily is gone, too. :(

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  5. My spider lilies were pretty, but nothing blooming now. Loved all your shots.

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  6. My spider lily is done too. It is amazing though how many blooms like the colder weather.

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  7. The tree and lilies may soon be nothing but a memory, but they'll live on in your amazing photos.

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  8. Not much of nature lasts very long when you thing about it. I guess that's why it's important to appreciate it while it's here. Your photos are just really great.

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  9. Terri, I love, love the waterfall and the woods. The flower is so pretty, but many of them don't last very long.

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  10. Here 2day gone t'morrow

    Are you being sad?

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  11. Waterfalls are always a wonderful sight. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  12. Oh, I really like those spider lilies. I don't have any fall flowers, I may have to look into those.

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  13. beautiful images Terri. the stump looks wonderful with the lilies there, but like you said, its different now.

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  14. Your pictures are cozy as a warm sweater.

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  15. Lovely waterfall, and the spider lilies are so pretty too! Wishing you a nice day.

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  16. Beautiful spider lilies and nice water fall!! Can just imagine sitting on the bank and getting a moisturizer from the mist. I really need to get out into the woods!!

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  17. I think I've seen that waterfall! :) I love it even if it is man-made! The spider lilies are so pretty.

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  18. Beautiful shots of nature's autumn colours! Clever post, too.

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  19. The waterfall through the leaves. . . . very expressive


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3

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  20. The spider lilies were gorgeous though!

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  21. Those spider lilies are so lovely and better to cut it down than have it fall over on something important! :)

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  22. Lovely post of the fragility of life.

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  23. That waterfall is so pretty. I've never seen a spider lily before, I like the bright red colors.

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  24. That's the thing about life! And a beautiful representation of it -- words and pictures.

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  25. Those are lilies? They're just gorgeous! Lovely photos all. That waterfall and stacked wood. Sigh.

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  26. But, oh - the beauty while they're here.

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  27. Amazing shots! Love the waterfall and thoses red flowers beside that old tree stump is awesome!

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  28. what a lovely header and I've never seen Spider Lilies before, the old stump is a pretty back ground for them.

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  29. There is something about an old stump, both interesting and sad at the same time.

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  30. Love that waterfall! And I like very much that the spider lilies were planted in front of the stump. It makes a pretty scene.

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  31. They are very pretty flowers. I like the woods and waterfall shot.

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  32. Lovely shots. You're still way behind our season. It's been a long while since I've seen any bee balm here. I'm envious!

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  33. I like the spider lilies; I've never heard of them or seen them. Thanks for sharing!

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  34. Beautiful nature. Neat waterfalls, I'm trying to imagine the sound of water. Ours here are slowly getting frozen. Flowers are always lovely.

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