Festival of Leaves – Week 3

As children, the fall represents days of our childhood, hours & hours spent building forts & frolicking in the leaves.  Listening to them crunch beneath our feet beckons us to become the children we once were.

This shot was taken last fall as we went for a walk with our grown children.   It brings a smile to my face just looking at.

Wishing you a lovely week.



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18 Responses to Yipee!

  1. verenacave says:

    Such a happy photo Lynn, lovely!!! Thanks so much for taking part with this great picture! xx

  2. restlessjo says:

    Yay!!! Move over- I want to chuck some too, Lynn 🙂

  3. Paul says:

    Lightens the spirit Lynn. Thanks!

  4. Sue Slaght says:

    Brings a smile to my face too. What a lovely capture especially with your grown children!

    • Lynn says:

      It was a lovely day Sue. We went for a walk out at one of our local conservation areas to capture a family photo. It was a beautiful warm fall day spent with those I love most, something I know you can relate to:)

  5. joannesisco says:

    I can see why it made you smile. It made me smile and I don’t even know them 🙂
    What a great shot!

  6. Lynn says:

    Thanks Joanne! The child in these 4 is never too far below the surface!

  7. pieterk515 says:

    What an amazing photo! It speaks volumes!! Happy kids.

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  9. LB says:

    That’s the word that came to my mind when looking at this photo 🙂

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