Early Autumn in the Southern Appalachians


A Honeybee on a Wild Black Eyed Susan


Mushrooms are abundant in deciduous forest-this may be a Hygrophorus Milky mushroom


A family of black bears frequents my aunts yard


A male and female praying mantis mate amidst the wild asters


Annual displays of wild purple asters viewed from her kitchen window


Family reunions remind us of sweet memories


Heirlooms are passed down through generations


Making the Model A “zoom to life again!”


Golden rods still provide nectar for autumn insects

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  1. 1

    Pat said,

    Lovely photographs and what an abundance of wild life.

  2. 2

    I agree with Pat, lovely photos! Black bears in the yard? *shudders*

    • 3

      beebeesworld said,

      We see black bears in our valley quite often since the wealthy have chased them down from the mtns-they quickly learn of easy food sources, even when “garbage day” is! beebee

  3. 4

    free penny press said,

    Autumn/Fall is my favorite season and I do miss it like mad..(I live in the Sunshine state)..Thank you for this little trip there :-)

  4. 7

    i m sneezin’ at the last pic…..

  5. 9

    Harry said,

    I love the old cars.

  6. 10

    Sandra Bennett said,

    Sweet and tender memories remain as life renews us once again…

  7. 11

    There is no more gorgeous place to be in Fall than the Southern Appalachians. We live in the Raleigh area of NC, and visit out that way often. Thanks for the pictures!

  8. 15

    Subhan Zein said,

    Lovely photos. :-)

    Subhan Zein

  9. 17

    Ross Mannell said,

    These are a wonderful collection of photos recording moments in treasured times. :)

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