Sunday, October 31, 2010

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FIND AUTUMN COLOR IN YOUR HOMETOWN OR STATE. POST YOUR IMAGE ON YOUR BLOG, THEN ADD YOUR IMAGE ON THE CHALLENGE BLOG FOLLOW THE EASY INSTRUCTIONS. ANYONE CAN JOIN IN!

ALL IMAGES MUST BE TAKEN BY YOU. PLEASE GIVE US INFORMATION ON WHERE YOUR IMAGE WAS TAKEN.

CHALLENGE STARTED OCT 30TH, BUT YOU ONLY HAVE ONE WEEK TO POST YOUR IMAGES. VOTING STARTS ON NOV. 9TH & ENDS ON THE 15TH

Autumn Morning

TAKEN 10/30/10 AT MUSCOOT FARMS IN SOMERS, NY

9 comments:

Clyde said...

What an inviting sanctuary. I think I'll just lie down and stay a while.

Lisa said...

Gorgeous picture, looks like somewhere I would like to spend some time.
Lisa

nancy said...

Gosh! I really like this one.
Happy Halloween.
Nancy

sunflowerkat321 said...

Beautiful! I'm assuming that you achieved the blur with a slow shutter speed. The sense of motion is really special.

El said...

Whoa... good use of motion blur. Beautiful garden and colors. It really has that wow factor.

Rita said...

Wonderful colors. Certainly, a place I would enjoy spending some time.

Thanks for visiting my Gazebo on the hill. I do so appreciate those that visit and leave a comment.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Hi Marie, I am not so sure about the blurr..I am getting older..I do like the colors and I would like to go closer to that barn:)

gina said...

so pretty and serene. i was coming to post and see that i'm too late. :( but i'm enjoying see all the beautiful entries!

Rjet33 said...

Sure hate I missed out on this Photo Challenge. I had some beautiful Autumn pictures made right here in the Heart of Dixie! I went ahead and posted them in my blog though. It's my fav time of year. This is a beautiful shot, Marie, but then I would expect nothing less from you. I just got my Canon EOS Rebel T2i DSLR in October and it is hard for me to put it down. Can't remember if I told you I am attending The Art Institute online going for my Bachelor of Science degree in Photography. You have been such a HUGE inspiration to me and I thank you! Merry Christmas!