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Autumn starts (wordless wednesday no. 15)






All snaps clicked by me this morning just a few minutes ago, in my garden and around my home. Click on each to enlarge. This is my post for Wordless wednesday.


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  1. I love the berries :-)
    they look yum !

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  2. Not sure if they are edible Ruch :)

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  3. the berries... lovely and I love the colors of autumn

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  4. Luvly pics. these berries r not edible. nature's colors during autumn r so exquisite!!

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  5. Nice photos!....I have been meaning to take the apple trees photo for a few weeks...that is in front of my home....

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  6. Vinoo: You must :) Somehow when it comes to clicking pics I am very prompt :)

    Sima: yes--they dont seem edible :) yes--marvellous colours indeed.

    Monika: yes--lovely colours :)

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  7. Nice pictures! Especially liked the third one...the yellowing leaves.

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  8. The berries are in lovely colours..

    I was searching for some colorful wallpaper to put on my desktop..and here i got it :) Thanks Preeti!!

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  9. autumn looks yummy! :)

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  10. Hi Preeti,
    Nice shots :) i liked the 3rd one most.. and I posted for WW too seeing it here. Thanks for the link.

    Cheers,

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  11. It's a beautiful time of the year :)
    This is my first fall in the US and I'm loving it... seeing it all with my own eyes for the first time :)

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  12. Fall is my favorite season, I just love the colors of the leaves and the general weather that comes with the season!

    Cool snaps.

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  13. Truly a wordless wednesday! Nature, in all its form is splendid:)

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  14. The colours of the berries are just so beautiful... they aren't red.. neither are they pink!

    PS, which camera do you use?

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  15. Laura: Thank you!

    Aathira: yes--orangish red :) If you mix gamboge yellow and alazarin crimson I think you will get this shade :) I use a Nikon D 90 :)

    Savitha: :) Yes indeed

    Only one: I dont like autumn much..I prefer spring somehow. Thanks :)

    Bhavya: yes--abroad one really gets to see 4 distinct seasons unlike India.

    Tara: U are welcome :)

    Shruti: Might be poisonous

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  16. Sundari: my pleasure :) please tell anyone who asks that I clicked it :D

    Mini: I liked it too. :) Thanks

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  17. Preeti,

    Those are some colorful pictures. What are the berries in the first picture?

    I like your idea of Wordless Wednesdays. I guess it also makes posting for your blog a little quicker, does it? ( I have a blog and I feel that writing and getting to the final draft takes me more time!)

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  18. I don't know why Autumn is one of my fav season..I just love spring when everything around you is blossoming..

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  19. Ooopsie...i missed a not there..i meant Autumn is NOT my fav season..watching cricket while commenting does have its hazards ;)

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  20. Nice pictures, Preeti! I also love Autumn colours, pity it isn't so colorful in my country. :(

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  21. The colors of autumn are soooooooooo beaiutiful! if u like clicking pics...u must visit VT during fall...u'll fall in love n wont be able to put the camera down for a minute.. the red,yellow,orange and not to forget tinge of green leaves keep the eye captivated.

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  22. Lovely Pictures, Preeti. I liked the last one especially. To me, Autumn is a pleasing season with breath taking hues.

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  23. As the autumn nip in the air starts to become stronger and stronger, what we all need is to get the fire going, draw up the chair, sip hot tea and read Preeti's blog. Thanks to wordless wednesdays we get some lovely photos.

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  24. With no offense to autumn and its fans, I feel a sort of sad sluggish feeling creeping in during Autumn as it would be Winter soon.
    Not that I have any issue with it,excpet I am not quite used to the wrath of the cold season.
    I love Spring annnnndddddd its "Spring here" :D
    may be I should post some optimistic spring snaps :)
    feels so new and fresh!

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  25. Lovely autumn pictures!! :-) The leaves started changing colours out here since past month and it looks stunning!! Spring and Autumn are the best seasons in the year! Beautiful pics PS ... Those red berries remind me of the "red avvalos" from Kochi!!

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  26. beautiful pictures...been away for a while..but its always refreshing to turn to ur page...:)

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  27. Beautiful pics PS. I miss the fall colors in India. Its lovely when all the trees suddenly become red, yellow, orange.

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  28. the pics looks great and so is the season.

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  29. by the way i miss seeing you in my post these days, I guess you are very busy with your classes and the new book :) all the best

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  30. Mindblowing! Picture perfect locations right outside your home! :)
    Someone sure is envious ;-) Kidding :) Happy Dhanteras, and Happy Diwali :)

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  31. Hello Preeti, My first time here and I love your blog already. Great photos. I am somewhat a photographer and artist myself and when you get a chance, do visit me at http://ashwinideo.com, I promise you will not be disappointed :-)

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  32. AD: Welcome to my blog :-) Yes--your pics are good too :)

    Tranquility: Yes--It is a lovely place. :-) Please come for a visit! A very happy Diwali to you too.

    Srivats:Thank you. Yes--barely managing to reply to my own blog comments :P :) Will visit.

    Santosh: U like autumn? Somehow I hate it! :)

    SS: Yes--In India we don't have fall..but somehow I don't like autumn much.

    Santasizing:Welcome back and thank you :)

    Thoughtful train: Red awwalo?! Ayyo--aanvu athu peran khelano mu! Jambu ve sangatha red avvalo munu?:):) That I have eaten LOTS :)

    Swathy: Even I prefer spring to autumn :)

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  33. Ramesh: You should start a poetry blog apart form a bsuiness blog. Your words have a lovely ring to them :)

    Pavi: VT=?

    Guto: it is colourful here--but I like spring :)

    Shantharam: yes--I prefer spring too :)

    Sanjini:No idea what those berries are. Yes Wordless wednesday does make a quick post :)

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  34. I guess you like the idea of new beginnings :)
    Spring is my second favorite, followed by winter and then summer!

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  35. Ayyo, meje deva!! Bhornu kashta jalle mu!! Jambu nayi!! :D The "red avvalo" used to grow in my granma's garden. It is not sweet that you can eat it off the tree, but avvalo chutney is one of the bestest in the whole world. Unfortunately, you don't get to buy this in shops! :(

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  36. love them! delicious!

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  37. EM : Thank you!

    Ashwini: :-) Ok!! Have never heard of them! Sathyak kashta!

    Only one: or perhaps I hate endings :-)

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  38. beautiful pictures!

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  39. loved the closeup shot of berries

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