Friday, November 12, 2010

Colours of Autumn.

Ilove autumn but my luck i have never enjoyed autumn in real *sighs*.Pakistan has four seasons but i donot think that autumn with its full colours ever come in Pakistan.Similarly being the khi-iet i have neither enjoyed full winters nor autumn and spring.Its 10 months summer, one month warm-up for winters :D and finally winters for A month only
I have a little collection of autumn pictures from different parts of the world and i pray for all of you who feel like being at these places, that may Allah bring us all there where all the weathers are at their full blooms.









20 comments:

Peerless said...

I enjoyed the winter season a lot in my childhood, one of the reason was the winter holidays of two months. Grassless lands and leafless trees always remind me of those beautiful days. Walking on the dry leaves in the cold air, walking barefooted on the snow, long peaceful nights and playful days. But the most memorable thing was the onset of spring which used to spark a news life in the whole valley and on the face of the people. Thanks for reminding.

Jennie said...

:-D You should come visit me sometime! Iowa gets a nice even 4 seasons, with lots of time for all of them. Although, the winter could be a bit less and I'd be happy. :-D One of our bigger towns, Cedar Rapids claims to have a 5th season, "One to enjoy the other four." hahahah

Speaking of winter, we have snow in the forecast for today. :-(

Akhtar Wasim Dar said...

Wow great pictures, seems we are in a dream. Autumn is a hibernating or fasting period of plants and trees. In these days they just use minimal resources to get rejuvenated for the coming times.

Connie L. Nash said...

Dear ReeBz,

I don't know why I never tho't that your blog title indicated that Autumn may be so favored by you among seasons. It's always been my favorite and fortunately since I've been a mother, wife and over many years now, I've lived where the seasons are clean, crisp and unique. Autumn is unusually lovely and looks here a lot like your photos. I live near some gentle woodlands so one can go up to the highest spot and look down on an entire valley of colors this time of year...

So happy you made this post which I look forward to sharing with friends. Someday I hope to show you at least my photos too of autumn and perhaps InshAllah to show you the REAL experience.

Meantime, so glad to be back in touch as I've been missing you and thinking of you lately.

ReeBz said...

Peerless, mind telling us where did you pass your childhood :)? no doubt, all the scenes you told here, must be a very nice and lively experience to enjoy!
If you have some photos of those lands, do share with all of us!
I also dream about walking on the dry leaves and the sound produced by them is just awesome!

ReeBz said...

Jennie
You are lucky that you have got all the four seasons but its interesting to know about the fifth one. please share with us how it feels like :)I even love snow fall but its also a part of my dream:D havent ever seen snow fall too :(

but where do you live btw?Europe? i surely will come to visit you if i ever got a chance and then you will have to arrange edibles for me for a day or two :D Will be fun definitely :D

filpaki said...

WOWWW woww!! lovely lovely lands anD what a beautiful weather.I wonder the people who live in such areas why not they wont be mentally relaxed and healthy? I wonder that people pf paksitan are in misery from our own govt side and also from this side :(

ReeBz said...

Sir Akhtar Wasim Dar.
Exactly, same i felt when i saw the pictures.Autumn is always my favorite season, i dunno why but I'm more inclined towards autumn even more than the spring. I love to imagine about walking on the dry fallen leaves, in chilly winds in some secluded woods. Its just simply awesome.Allah has made this world alot beautiful. I hope we all get chance to see this beauty atleast once in life!Amen

ReeBz said...

Connie i cant express my happiness to see you here after a long time, missed ya!
Woww I'm getting crazy to imagine that you live in such a heaven I will definitely stay atleast a week if i ever visit your place :D and I'm sure you will not mind ;)

Though at the time of starting the blog i had a different thought about the title, but i do feel different when you take autumn just as a "weather".Its the season of enjoying loneliness with some few closed ones. I have only dreams and imaginations about autumns though:D

PLEASEEEE PLEASEEEEEE share your photos.I'll LOVE them!! i want you to send me your photos of woods aaah must be so awesome!! i will definitely share here. but seriously i want you to send me your photos and i guess its now autum,n at your place?

ReeBz said...

Filpaki, thanks for leaving your comments :)

Peerless said...

Sorry, just some days ago my system's HD crashed, I ll arrange some in a few days. Meanwhile I would like you to visit a website created by one of our friends (He has done a great job). You ll surely find there the most beautiful pictures of our beloved Kashmir.
http://www.pbase.com/hgharib

ReeBz said...

Peerless. waiting for your pics :) I just check the web and browsed through it randomly, no doubt its a beautiful web !

Syeda Zehra said...

Amazing pictures.
I just would give anything to be in the place on the last picture....!!!!!!!!!!

ReeBz said...

Syeda Zehra:
Yes exactly all the pictures are so beautiful and i cant decide which one is the best.thanks for dropping by, my blog was missing you :)

Thinking said...

hmm...All these seasons are from our Maker and every season has its own flabour....for Autum I always see it as a begining to soemthing fresh and new....

hmmm...Well the pictures are so nice and I enjoyed them all....

Thanks for sharing...

Connie L. Nash said...

You sure attracted many to your gorgeous choice photos. Now I sure wish I'd taken more autumn photos.

Our autumn is not at end, but I will try to find some photos from others and earlier times to send you as soon as possible.

ReeBz said...

waiting foe the photos from you :)

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ummm but we enjoy all 4 seasons n thats gr8;)
like we enjoy summer so much:p

hera k said...

I so agree with missing out on Autumn when you live in Karachi. I too wish we had more of a colourful autumn as compared to the one we have. Though my threshold is zero when it comes to bearing cold weather but I loveee autumn. Its like saying goodbye to the year thats gone by shedding away all the burdens and sorrows of that year and moving on. I guess trees probably do that ;)

Anonymous said...

I would like to know where the third photo from the top was taken, the location, where ever this was taken their are numerous elementals in the photo. Jerry from Phoenix

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