GB Fall Color Project: Cobblestone and Colors

Elizabeth over at Gardenrant, a well known writer and garden blogger, has posted some picturesque fall photos for the Garden Blogger Fall Color Project. What could epitomize fall more than cobblestone buildings and walls mixed with glorious maples in the rustic farmlands of Route 104 in New York. Farming implements and woodpiles appear in peaceful fall scenes. Just what we like to see in the fall! Elizabeth risked life and limb to bring us these pictures, so go visit and see what New York color she's found!

For those of you who might like a little European feel for fall go visit Heiner's post in Otterstedt, Germany not far from Bremen. Heiner took some very nice pictures of Otterstedt's main street. I really wish my understanding of the German language was better (my last German class was nearly 16 years ago!). Even if you don't speak German the view of the fall colors will transcend any language barrier!

2008 Garden Blogger Fall Color Project Participants

Sarah in Maine (Sarah Laurence Blog)

Craig in New York (Ellis Hollow Blog)

Kim in Maryland (An Instrument of Grace)

Nancy Ondra in SE Pennsylvania (Gardening Gone Wild)

Louise in New York at the (Buddy Garden Blog)

Dan in Algonquin Park, Northern Ontario (Urban Veggie Garden Blog)

George in Vermont (The Vermont Gardener and Vermont Gardens)

Nancy in Nova Scotia, Canada (Soliloquy)

TC in Western Pennsylvania (Write Gardener)

Liisa in Vermont (Liisa in Vermont)

Dawn in Maine (In the Garden)

Anna in the Shenandoah Valley, Va. (FlowerGardenGirl)

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