To counterbalance the ugly presidential campaign, I thought I’d post something beautiful. Here in New England the fall colors are at their peak. Each year the colors vary, this time they skew to bright yellow and vibrant orange. It’s a stop-you-in-your tracks and gasp sort of beauty. It’s almost as pretty as it can get, but I can make it even better. I add a horse. Specifically, Tonka, who I think is the most beautiful horse in the world.
Here’s some beauty for you:
There. Feel better? I know that I do.
The colors are so beautiful!! Of course, Tonka made it even better!! Love this blog!!
Glad you enjoyed the post!
Thank you for this post. Beautiful photos, of the leaves, and Tonka, and you. Leaves are just starting to turn here, and they don’t look like they might be quite as pretty as usual. But if you get out amongst them (like on a horse) there are places where they are really pretty.
I was worried that the drought would cause the colors to be dull and the leaves to fall early. The trees are stressed! But it’s spectacular this year.
Beautiful photos. And Tonka is so decorative in himself.
Yes, especially when I manage to keep the white parts, white 🙂
Those photos are so stunning that I have no words to add. The last one is particularly amazing!
Thanks! Steve did a good job.
Wonderful and Tonka adds a touch of class…:)
For a small, flashy horse, he’s also classy, isn’t he?
Also please thank Steve for getting Hencam working again.
I will. It’s been a tough technical challenge and he keeps at it.
Thanks so very much..it always good to be reminded of the beauty in this world…I agree he is the most grand horse in the country!
Looking for beauty helps to keep me sane.
Gorgeous!!! Here in NC the leaves haven’t really started to turn yet so my world is still green but even that is better than the political scene. There haven’t been many acorns yet although the squirrels have been busy with the hickory nuts and my driveway is littered with sharp shells. The holly bushes are literally covered with berries, more than I have ever seen in 20 years. If they ripen by early December it will be a very colorful holiday season. In any event, the birds will have a continuous feast.
Massive acorn haul for the squirrels this year up here.
Yup. We need all the help we can get. Thanks.
You are welcome. By the way, the Goat Boys send their hellos.
How interesting that bold black and white is just as beautiful as those amazing fall colors. So graphic and striking. He really is just a Fine Little Horse.
Black and White is classic and goes with everything 🙂
Oh Terry, these are such lovely pictures – thank you!
The best part is that he looks happy. As do you. Thank you.