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Did you catch the Harvest Moon last night (Boston 2012)? (It's the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox.) More photos: http://usat.ly/QD2BMw    (Photo by Mike Zacchino, Associated Press)

Autumn horizon The harvest moon rises over Sauvie Island, Ore. on Sept. The harvest moon is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox.


I don't want much in life. I'm a simple person. But I would love a log cabin in the woods. Nothing too big and too fancy. Just a small one nestled deeply in the trees. That's the life for me.

It didn't rain enough last year for the poppies to bloom. Hopefully, we'll get to see them this year.  Poppy Reserve in Antelope Valley, CA

Day trip - spring, mid-feb to mid-may West Mojave Desert: Antelope Valley springtime poppies.

Maple Leaf, Gatineau Park, Quebec

Go On a Fall Foliage Photo Tour with These Pictures of Canada's Fall Foliage

Canada Fall Foliage Pictures: Fall Foliage in Canada - An Overview of Canada Fall Foliage

New England in Fall | New England : cranberrycorner.se

Inference: What time of year was this picture taken? How do you know? I can infer that this picture was taken in Autumn. I know this because in Autumn the leaves turn orange and fall to the ground. I have seen this on my street.

Covered Bridge

Pine Brook Covered Bridge aka the Wilder Bridge, near Waitsfield, Vermont.~~~I love these little country roads and bridges.

so beautiful...someone needs to enlighten me as to how these photos are taken...I <3 them

A wedding photo I took a few days ago.

As picture-perfect settings go there could have been no better for newlyweds Shirley and Warren Andrews, whose wedding photographer, Lakshal Perera, captured the couple in front of a stunning star-filled sky using just a single 71 second exposure.

On a day with nothing to do, you'll be amazed at what you can get done - a gardener's account

The Garden Life: Late summer perfect for stroll in the garden

On a day with nothing to do, you'll be amazed at what you can get done - a gardener's account