Simple Autumn Beauty

These bales have been here for several years and I've wanted to get a picture of them in the snow. 
However when I drove by this year with the trees all ablaze with color I had to stop. 
Maybe I'll try again when it snows. 





And a sweeping view of George's Valley.

Linking with Tex at RUN AROUND RANCH for


Stop over and pay her a visit. 

Thank you to all our veterans past and present. 
I deeply appreciate your service to our great country. 

Comments

TexWisGirl said…
i like the leaf rubble atop the bales. :)
Mildred said…
Very beautiful photos and I thank our Veterans, also. Hope you have a nice upcoming weekend.
Tom said…
Often wonder why they go to the trouble to bale hay and then let it sit and rot.
carol l mckenna said…
The bales are intriguing and the colors are marvelous ~ thanks, Grateful for all our Veterans ~

Wishing you a peaceful week ~ ^_^

Michelle said…
They make a beautiful picture, but sad they were not put to use!
Primitive Stars said…
Great bail pictures but the Vally shot is spectacular!!!!! God bless the Vetern's.Hugs Francine.
Valerie said…
Simply gorgeous captures!
Linda said…
That last shot is stunning!
Lady Fi said…
Wow - the colours! The beauty! So gorgeous.
Paul said…
Bails of compost now... Makes for a real nice picture though!
rupam sarma said…
wow just awesome. Loved your pics.
Greetings.
NatureFootstep said…
lol, love the hayballs all covered in leaves :) Beautiful really :)
Bales full of character - and full of rotten hay! The view of the valley is exceptionally pretty.
Marco Luijken said…
Hello Felicia,
So nice to see these autumn shots. Wonderful these colors.

Kind regards,
Marco
Christine said…
Glad you stopped for a photo with the leaves on them like confetti! That is a beautiful photo over George's Valley!
Ileana said…
Autumn colors are marvelous, Felicia! Great photos!
Autumn. Indeed Mother's gift.
Sandra said…
I like the leaves decorating the hay bales and that Valley picture is just gorgeous and I'd like to see a cowboy with a handlebar mustache and hat riding into that picture. I love all things Western and that's like the perfect Valley for a western movie
Brian King said…
I love round bales and that last photo is gorgeous!
Carol Mattingly said…
I love all of your fall colors. Ours in Tennessee fizzled out due to the drought situation I think. Beautiful. Carol
Nancy said…
Fall is such a beautiful time and you have certainly captured its beauty....I will look forward to seeing the bales covered in snow....Have a great weekend....
don said…
The autumn look is very good. I hope you get to return and get the snow shot.
Wayne said…
They will be cool with snow, but they look pretty spectacular with the leaves! George is lucky to have such a beautiful valley :-)
Debbie said…
gorgeous, fall has such a pretty palate. it seemed the perfect time to photograph the bales of straw!!!
Love those colors.

And the mystery of the hay bales!
~
Ruth Hiebert said…
WOW! Such spectacular color.
Wonderful richness of colour....autumn lingers on!
Nevin said…
Very beautiful colors!
Beautiful rich colours!!

-Soma
Ida said…
Rolled Hay bales look so cool. Wow that last shot is awesome, what fall color to enjoy.
Helma said…
Wow ...... especially the last picture is magnificent !!
These colors are truly visionary sich. My compliments.
Connie Smiley said…
Love all that color and beautiful light! And I LOVE your header!
Rose said…
Oh, Felicia....these are wonderful shots.
Beautiful valley! No place has better fall colors than you (yeah, I know I've told you that before, but honestly they are just stunning). What, did somebody just forget those bales were there? Are t they supposed to use them during the winter?
pattisjarrett said…
The bales look nice with their autumn leaf adornments.
Mascha said…
Old and rotting... but beautiful at your photos.