Wednesday, September 28, 2011

autumn moves through the streets

following traffic rules of her own

24 comments:

Elenka said...

Love that li'l vagabond tail in all its scarlet glory.

Kate said...

Would you please try to curtail autumn a bit, despite its "deceptive" beauty?

Cezar and Léia said...

AMAZING!Great capture, I guess Autumn wants to STOP and keeps those beautiful colors during the winter as well!
Léia

glenda said...

Wow, I miss the changing colors of the season. Such a great composition.

Sharon said...

It looks like an autumn plant is taking over that sign.

Butch said...

And the Rockets Red Glare.....

Lynette said...

Splendid!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That Stop sign has no chance of stopping Mother Nature, clever capture Brattcat.

Jacob said...

Stop and smell the flowers! And look at the leaves. And smell the fall air!

Terrific post, BC!

Fall is here, also. By the end of the week, we're supposed to be down to 58 degrees at night! Yeah!

Rob and Mandy said...

I was watching a documentary the other day, something called 'World after men', or what would happen to our planet if we were suddenly all gone. This looks like 2 years after men. Or 3. One of the nicest road signs I've seen in a long time.

VP said...

This is autumn itself taking posses of of a traffic sign...

Jack said...

Great picture today, brattcat, despite the obvious turning of the leaf colors. I'm not ready for fall.

Malyss said...

What can a single stop sign do against Mother Nature walking forward?...

Irina said...

This dress looks very light-headed for such serious lady as Mrs. Road-post. But the colors match her green hat.
Great find.

Clueless in Boston said...

I guess Brattleboro must have reduced its DPW staff some time ago.

Library Jewel said...

This looks a bit more colorful than when I photographed it in July! I appreciate the glimpse of Chestnut Hill.

Sharon Creech said...

That's not poison ivy climbing up that sign, is it? Nice catch, brattcat (the pic, not the itch.)

Virginia said...

Here there are knitted 'THings" on our stop signs. I will share when I can figure it all out. I love the garland of leaves flung around her neck~ :)
V

Bob Crowe said...

And given enough time nature will swallow all of it up.

Julie said...

Spring has been unsprung here for the next five days as we endure a chilly blast from down south. Means we will only get to 15C ... yes, yes, we are spoilt.

Cindry said...

I love autumn colors. Lovely photo.

magiceye said...

love this!!!!

Arija said...

I like the injunction of the sign, to stop, look and listen to fall taking over the land.

JM said...

Very clever title!