The Garden in October (and some tea)

Garden decay

Posting more photos from the atumny garden today, hope that’s okay with you? Notice the bokeh in the photo above? :-)

Today I started to listen to a new audio book (in Swedish) and I want to continue listening right now. I just poored myself a cup of herbal tea and will soon be laying on my bed, sewing a crochet project together… Mmm! So not much time to write right now.

The book is called The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. It’s a extremly strong story that from the first words touched me, and it feels totally like the right book today. It’s about a little guy growin up to be an author and even though his writing is secondary in the beginning (and his friendship and betrayal of a friend is in focus) I’m reminded how much I love to read about other creative people. &hearts – I love love love reading a good novel. So that’s what I’m doing with part of my week. I’ve already finished Once Upon a Day by Lisa Tucker. It’s a magic read too, you should definitely read it! I don’t know about Houssini yet, but Lisa could definitely become a favorite author!

Anyway, here are some photos from the garden;

Self portrait
Self portrait. I ♥ this one!

Arronia berries
Arronia berries!

And more photos from my parents beautiful garden;

Arronia berries

Garden pond
The pond.

Garden decay

Garden decay

Death by autumn

Arronia berries

Arronia berries

Garden decay

Garden decay

Garden decay

Garden decay
Orange, orange, orange everywhere….

I don’t celibrate Halloween because we don’t in Sweden. But I did fall in love with Dia Los Muertos a few years ago. I’m thinking about doing something at least this year… Maybe as a participation at the Dia de los Muertos in Bloglandia!? What about you, will you dance for the dead or make a sugar skull this year?

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13 Responses to The Garden in October (and some tea)

  1. Jenny says:

    S vackra bilder, jag tappar andan… Tack fr att du visar!

  2. Vilka fantastiska bilder! Speciellt den med b?ren, den ?r superduper snygg.

  3. Oj det fanns ju fler b?rbilder! Men jag menar att den jag gillar b?st ?r den f?rsta b?rbilden :)

  4. Beth says:

    your fall pictures are very beautiful. your whole blog is amazing and creative. I am glad I stumbled into it whilst clicking random links through other people’s blogs. :)

  5. Flassie says:

    Thanks for stopping by Hanna!

    Beautiful the photos. I am wondering if the yellow flowers are St. Johns Wort/Klamath Weed is another name.

    Are the berries edible?

    God Bless You and Yours!!!

  6. trish says:

    lovely photos! I will be working on Halloween, but my son is “too old” for trick or treating, so I won’t miss too much-when I get home I hope to get him to watch a good Halloween movie on tv with me(and I will bring some candy for us to pig out on too:) that is one of my fave things anymore, getting him to just come out and watch a movie with me(when I CAN get him out of his room) I hope whatever you decide to do that you have a great time!!

  7. Laurel says:

    Beautiful photos!

  8. gkgirl says:

    wow.
    you
    are so talented
    at many things!
    those photos are wonderful.

    and i have read the kite runner…
    it was a very good but sometimes
    hard read…emotionally hard.

    have you seen the movie?
    for once, they did a good job…
    usually, i find the movie
    is always such a disappointment
    if you have read the book,
    but this one was well done.

  9. leaca says:

    These photos are stunning. I have a few favorites already.

    I have read Kite Runner, good book. I love good books and snuggling up with a hot drink and a good read.

  10. maria says:

    Flyga drake var bra, jag l?ste den i b?rjan av h?sten. Nu p? morgonen har jag precis l?st ut L?t den r?tta komma in…

  11. laure says:

    your work is absolutly fantastic !! I love it !!

  12. kim mailhot says:

    Beautiful photos Hanna !

    I was thinking about doing something for the Day of the Dead as well but not sure what yet. If you want just a mini challenge, Inspire Me Thurdsay
    (http://www.inspiremethursday.com/) is using Day of the Dead as the inspiration theme this week !
    Cheers to the beauties of Fall !

  13. iHanna says:

    Thanks for your lovely comments!

    Flassie,
    no idea what the yellow flower is called (it’s on a bush), but the berries are said to be edible! I haven’t tried.

    gkgirl, you’re too kind! :-)
    finished the book now (in tears) but haven’t seen the movie. Thanks for recommending it!

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