Sunday, September 22, 2019

Colors of the Seasons

Tomorrow, fall begins.

But where I live in the Southern Tier of New York, the trees are starting to turn, and the fall produce is bringing the colors of the season all over our state.

Ontario Orchards, in Oswego, New York (north of Rochester) chimes in with apples and crabapples.
In Victor, New York (about 30 miles from Rochester) mums and pumpkins dominate garden centers.

Where I live, in the Southern Tier, cauliflower delights with its colors (yes, these are real, and not manipulated).


What we used to call "Indian corn", now we call it Flint Corn.

It's a beautiful season.

And it's only just begun.


  1. Yep, the trees are turning, smiles. Fitzpatricks is carrying all kinds of autumn splendor. smiles

  2. What beautiful colors. So they call it Flint corn now?

  3. Wonderful colors. I especially like the cauliflower.

  4. Hiya - love the photos and yes the fruits of the earth - especially good at Fall time. It's a season of plenty for us to enjoy the freshness from trees and plough ... cheers Hilary

  5. The Santa Anas should be starting up any day now...

  6. Going to farmer market is so much fun.

    Oh, Santa Anas are a curse. My migraines kick in.


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