Vineyard Fall

Vineyard in Fall Morning on the first day of October. Lovely, crisp and perhaps a little wistful.

vineyard-in-fall-grape-clusters-left The one that got away….

All good things are wild and free.
Thoreau

oak in sunset
Oak Sunset
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17 thoughts on “Vineyard Fall

  1. đŸ™‚ THOSE are fantastic photos. I wanna plant myself on the right side of the first one and just watch it all ‘lift’ into brightness and light….or get soaking wet. LOL Amazing view….amazing colours and textures you get handed. All food for the soul. And I adore the one who got away. Looks kinda content there in all that colourful glory.
    What an amazing place you get to live, work, play and love in. đŸ™‚

    1. hi Mel,
      glad you liked them. đŸ™‚ that’s one of my favorite photos EVER! a lucky shot…again. We are very blessed and I love to share it with my friends, my sweet friend. xox

  2. You have captured autumn right down to a last, lingering grapey treasure.

    1. I am so glad you liked it. thank you. đŸ™‚

  3. Beautiful countryside Linda – what a great looking bunch of grapes.

    1. that bunch is very lush isn’t it. it probably wasn’t quite ripe thus was skipped. glad you enjoyed your stroll, mary.

  4. Love the grapes – almost makes me want some wine!

    1. LOL, well, by all means… these are pinot grapes so it must be pinot tho. đŸ™‚

  5. Linda both pictures looks like great paintings… those shining grapes they look very healthy.. Superb vinyard autumn abstract and great colours of leaves…

    1. thanks doron,
      the grapes were fat and juicy this year even with the heat. i should paint them but it seems rather boring to me… i see too many grapes this time of year, not that i’m complaining since we make our living with them. what am i saying?? đŸ™‚

      1. You don’t say nothing wrong.. remmeber you see them from direction we don’t… your photos were juicy too. hope the squeez will produce a great year for you..

  6. That last bunch of grapes looks delicious. Did you eat them?

    1. haha, no susan, didn’t eat it… husband is responsible for this photo and he actually rarely eats them. he knows how many bees and bugs have been crawling on them, first hand. đŸ™‚
      xox

  7. camilla wells paynter October 2, 2013 — 7:27 pm

    Beautiful! The coyote in me agrees with Ms. Crow, above. Even with a belly full of chanterelles, I really, really would like to snap up that bunch of big, fat purple grapes. đŸ™‚

    1. haha, the coyote in me feels exactly the same way EXCEPT, stupid dog, there’s lots of fat blackberries just over there! hmmmm, well, maybe the grapes are a little more plump and juicy. đŸ™‚

      do coyotes eat mushrooms? not to my knowledge but… what do i know!!

      1. NO doubts whatever that ms. crow would eat as many grapes as was crowly possible. đŸ˜‰
        xxx

      2. camilla wells paynter October 3, 2013 — 6:41 pm

        I’m not aware that coyotes eat mushrooms, though I can’t say with certainty what an intelligent opportunist like that might eat. This one eats them, though, and now that it’s started raining here, the local ones are plentiful and cheap! I have a freezer full of blackberries, too…. đŸ™‚

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