I took these Saturday at the annual Deutsch Country Days in Marthasville, MO. It's so different being in the woods seeing the tree colors from the inside out instead of just passing them by from the interstate.
The color was truly breathtaking... and the fesitval was fun, too.
Hope you enjoy the view.
(Oh, and where it looks like the pix are off-level, it's not them. The terrain is super-hilly!)This message has been edited. Last edited by: nettiejay,
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The tree color above a mossy shake roof...
Can't ignore the golds and yellows...
Historic cabin in the woods...
Oh, how lovely. I really wish I lived where there were fall colors.
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What beautiful colors.........I'd like to visit a place like where you were, reminds me of Cades Cove in the smokies. I really like the shot of the tree above the mossy roof......perfect!
Thanks, and we don't mind the one on one picture segments either.
Loving the color here in Ohio too this Autumn! Very Pretty Nettie! TFS Love taking a look!
"Those that throw mud, lose ground!" :>)
Just absolutley beautiful!!! I miss seeing the fall colors.
Thank you for taking us with you on your outing! I enjoyed it!
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spectacular. can you imagine getting to live in beauty such as this?
Gorgeous fall colors! I don't get any turning leaves till December!
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So pretty! I was in Mo. 2 wks ago and saw some great colors too.
Was in Ark. too but their colors were not as
Thanks for sharing your pic and the mossy roof with the orange yellow is neat. Great shot!!
I get such enjoyment out of all your pretty pictures, I hoped you'd get a little lift from mine.
Nettiejay, thank you for sharing these beautiful pictures with us! We don't have fall foliage like that down here on the Gulf Coast so next best thing is to get to see it through the eyes of you folks!!! Looks like an interesting place you were at. What part of the state is that place? Was wondering if it's far from our farm in SE Kansas.
It's 50 miles west of St. Louis and about 200 from KC.
Shoot nettiejay I was in your area 2 wks ago!! Would have loved to meet you!!
I googled this place & it looks very interesting. I've added the site to my Favorites as DH's kinfolk came into that area from Germany themselves.
Silly B... I would've liked that, too!
SSTR... It was a fun and interesting day there, watching all manner of craftspeople creating their wares. It's a topographical challenge, though. LOL If you go, wear sturdy, comfy shoes. Very hilly terrain, a portion of which isn't even paved. There were visitors with walkers and others pushing those bus-size strollers, though. Where there's a will, there's a way, eh?
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