Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Why I Live Here #2: Autumn Woods










16 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Gigi! My husband tells me how amazing the autumns were where he grew up in West Virginia. There, maple trees are common in the woods, and in the fall they tap them for "maple water" which is boiled down into syrup. These photos of yours remind me of some of the woods around his childhood home.

    Lovely post!

    -Keri

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  2. Dearest Gigi,

    Excellent photos that tell the story why you live there so well! No words needed here.
    Love to you,

    Mariette

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  3. Definitely no words needed. Absolutely stunning, Gigi! xxoo :)

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  4. I love autumn in England, as perhaps I would anywhere. But dear Gigi, it is not good to make me crave autumn elsewhere! I shall keep it a secret from autumn in England that an autumn such as yours exists...

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  5. Hey Gigi, these shots are glorious! I do miss having trees around that turn the beautiful reds and oranges, thanks for sharing yours.

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  6. Your photos continue to inspire me every time I visit here! These are gorgeous! I love New England autumns too:)

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  7. These gorgeous images say it all...*sigh*... :o) ((HUGS))

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  8. If I could photograph my woods through your lens I'm sure you'd find you'd like to live here too. I know I want to live where you do!!!
    Love
    xxx

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  9. great reasons to live there - kinda jealous, you know?

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  10. Oh so beautiful! I <3 Autumn.

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  11. Very beautiful reasons to live where you do. ;)

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  12. just those words - autumn woods - evoke magic. your images show why. gorgeous.

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  13. I see why!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Lucky, no, Blessed YOU

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