This week’s Fetching Friday features signature signs of the season in sight and word, warm reminders, a DIY project, and a pair of birds from a distinct feather.
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Warm is a hot topic of fall conversation.
We have entered the season so closely associated with a changing and impressive palette.
It may be a coincidence, but it seems the senses become heightened as the days shorten, colors deepen, spices and aromas entice and the tones and textures of nature engage us by sight, sound, touch, smell and taste.
I call this the apple of my eye wreath.
This stunning DIY apple wreath on fall home tour display at The Wood Grain Cottage is my kind of DIY project.
Lowe’s knows color.
Natural elements come together to create a tablecsape with a nod to the seasonal influence of color, texture and pattern.
This time of year is deliciously referred to as soup weather, and this Pumpkin-Chestnut soup recipe from Martha Stewart is a quintessential fall favorite.
A member of the duck, swan and goose family, the ruddy shelduck or Tadorna ferruginea is a distinctive species mostly found in central and Southern Asia.
Beautiful markings, don’t you think?
I hope you have a most Fetching Friday.