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Where we walk: in the leaves



autumn in old west lawrence



I’m of the opinion that this very autumn is particularly noteworthy. Here in my neighborhood I have spent mornings walking under trees that filter the entire world  warm hues of gold and red. It has been so riveting that I have witnessed cars pulled over, their humans out photographing the beauty. The trees are starting to shed their leaves, which is when I prefer to start snapping photos myself; it’s as if the brick-lined sidewalks are carpeted for a movie premier.

Today, Michael and Oren and I took our short mosey-route through the neighborhood so Oren could catch a morning nap. I finally remembered to drag my camera along and it has been really difficult to narrow down the number of pictures I wish to enclose here. They are all so lovely. I can almost smell the leaves underfoot just looking through these images. I can almost hear the sound of stroller rolling through the leaves. Oh Fall, please stay forever.

Truly yours,



Author: Nicole

Hi there. My name is Nicole and I have an affinity for fiber art and home grown everything. I am a mother, seamstress, maker; so on and so forth. I'm here to share my escapades in sewing, parenting, and sometimes marriage (and infrequently, knitting). You can reach me at Nicolesheree@gmail.com. G'day.

3 thoughts on “Where we walk: in the leaves

  1. How pretty. I wish the trees were turning here, still very green. The tree in my front yard is starting to show early signs of yellowing though, fall will be here soon. And looking at your pictures, I’m ready! I want to crunch leaves under my boots.

    PS I finally played around with Ipiccy! Love it! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Beautifully captured photographs Nicole!

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