this mornin’ September 13, 2014 in northern New Mexico


the Autumn light here southwest u.s.a. is spectacular

Got the robin stare

Got the robin stare

 

my kitchen yard

my kitchen yard

 

robin in my yard

robin in my yard

 

you? watchin' me??

you? watchin’ me??

 

Robin-Red-Breast

Robin-Red-Breast

 

gone

gone

 

Robin Quick Gone

Robin Quick Gone

 

and that’s just the morning light.  I also captured the evening light of the same day and a few goodies in between””

peace n abundance,

CheyAnne

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4 Responses to “this mornin’ September 13, 2014 in northern New Mexico”

  1. shoreacres Says:

    Good morning to you, and to Mr. Robin. We had our first front yesterday, and it’s glorious here. Cloudy, yes. A little rainy, yes. But it’s only 75 degrees, instead of the 90 we’ve been having by this time.

    So good to see you pop up – not just to know you’re still around, but also as a reminder to see what you’ve got posted in other venues. Since I don’t do FB or Google+ and etc., I sometimes get behind.

    Happy September!

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  2. newmexicomtngirl Says:

    Hi Linda,
    I sure know what you mean by getting behind. I’ve wanted to paint all summer and just haven’t done much at all. I have been selling my art tho and that’s fun. Our weather is beautiful too, but super chilly in the mornings. I could smell snow yesterday and we were in clouds for hours. I thought sure when the clouds lifted we might see some, but not yet. Enjoy your cooler temps and have a great day. Thanks for visiting and commenting too. peace

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  3. taosresident Says:

    Lovely. the fall colors with a bird I typically associate with spring is a nice contrast. We certainly have our fair share of sticky purple asters out this late summer. Its been years since it has been like this! A long, warm Indian summer is what I am up for. No snow until Thanksgiving!

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  4. newmexicomtngirl Says:

    Hi Jim,
    I know what you mean about not being so purple for years. I remember about 4 or 5 years ago Hondo was all purple and I think it’s just about to bust out again this year. And I’m with you on the no snow till Thanksgiving. We can sure hope for those glorious fall days of Indian Summer. They are a fav for sure. thanks for the visit.

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