Tuesday, November 14, 2017

The turning times

Say Goodnight Moon, with a dull redish green tree below, (how can they combine like that on each leaf?)

I enjoyed the silhouettes of leaves while I had them!  I think this was a early morning sky.

 Then a rainy day gave my car a great camouflage!

But there was that red tree with red leaves still clinging to it...


And the marvelous evening sun caught the last of it's splendor the other day!


Today's Quote:


Boredom is a lack of attention. Fritz Perls

Honoring an ancestor:

Elizabeth Anne Worsham Kennon

1656–1743

Birth 1656 Henrico County, Virginia colony

Death 1743 Conjurers Neck, Henrico, Virginia colony

Wife of Col. Richard Kennon (to be shared here soon!)

Bermuda Hundred, marker attributing this home to John Rolfe and Pocahontas, marker put up by Daughters of the American Revolution, Bermuda Hundred Chapter.
It was posted on Elizabeth Anne Worsham Kennon's ancestry tree...now I'll have to find out her connection to them!

 






1 comment:

  1. Lovely photographs of the waning day. Amazing how some trees held their leaves this year, turning a bit red and mostly brown.

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