The only stitching I have done is to make the last row of Cindy's Quilt Doodle BOM - tree lights. And boy does it feel more like WInter than Fall as we went from gorgeous weather right into BRRR! I'm wrapped in a blanket and finally gave in and turned the furnace on - don't want pipes to freeze - we are in the 30's tonight. Sure our trees will be peeking while I am busy with my Mom and the quilt show, so I took some pitures a few days ago to share.
The mountains across the way from us. Not a lot of reds - they get more rusts and oranges. And I love the foamy look to the tops of the corn field right now.
See - brown bottoms and foamy tops - that last bit of green hanging on. This will be ready to cut in another week.
The row of trees near the house - wind block row. Usually these have a lot more color to them, but this year they are stay very low key.
The old stone quary is in that mix and I had tried to capture the eagle that usually is in that dead tree - I wasn't fast enough as he spooks easy as hunting season has begun here.
Some flox still hanging on and the Rose of Sharon bush was very late to bloom this year. Sharing some of our flower beds as they may not be with us after these cold nights.