A little autumn beauty...


This isn't your traditional taste of autumn beauty ~ no gorgeous scarlet and burnt orange leaves ~ but it's a little outdoor loveliness nonetheless. Much to my delight, my Paperwhites are blooming, and a nearby bush is putting out these beautiful dark blue berries. You can see the spiders have been busy weaving their webs through the bush ~ I guess everyone enjoys the simple pleasure of being surrounded by beauty, even spiders.
Wishing each of you a little bit of beauty in your corner of the world...


I am linking to Outdoor Wednesday at A Southern Daydreamer and Simple Pleasures at A Collection of This and That. Stop by each blog to join in or check out other posts.

Comments

  1. I love the paperwhite fragrance...you have reminded me to get some going for the holidays.

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  2. Just lovely!
    We have a small yellow (summer) flower booming away in our flower bed. It seems so out of place yet, it's nice to see. A reminder that even though winter is coming.. Spring will be back. :)

    ((Hugs))
    Laura

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  3. Love paperwhites - there are some growing outdoors now and I am forcing some - hopefully to bloom at Christmas party time! Love the blue berries!
    Kathy

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  4. What lovely photos! Your blog is aptly named and always a pleasure to visit. I hope all is well and that you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  5. Bella,
    The paperwhites are beautiful. I love the scent. Maybe I shall try some for the holidays.

    Carol

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  6. Very pretty! Lots of my shrubs are putting up berries...isn't Fall wonderful!

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  7. Those were gorgeous photo's. Happy Outdoor Wednesday.

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  8. Gorgeous and stunning! I have missed you sweet friend...thank you for being such a wonderful and sweet blog buddy...your kindness means the world to me...I adore your sweet soul!

    xoxo
    Karyn

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  9. I love being surrounded by the beauty of flowers. Yours are still very pretty as well.

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  10. Paperwhites are my favorite flower and my absolutely favorite fragrance. I'm so envious that you have them growing in your yard!

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  11. Those paperwhites are perfection. So glad you linked up. What glorious simple pleasures.

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  12. Lovely! This is the time of year for us to have flowers as temps are getting milder. We are still in the 80's most days but that is so much better than the 120's when nothing will bloom because of the heat. Have a fabulous rest of the day. :) Tammy

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  13. Bonjour Bella, Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog. When I clicked on yours I was immediately taken by that stunning header, so beautiful. I do like your message of seeing beauty everywhere and celebrating it. Your pictures are lovely and inspiring. Have a lovely end of week, Love from London x

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  14. Paperwhites blooming in November?? I think of them as forced blooms at Christmas time, but these are so beautiful!

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  15. oh so pretty..it's like a burst of spring in the fall!

    thanks for sharing!

    ciao Bella!

    Creative Carmelina

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  16. I have never seen Paper Whites before - they are very beautiful! Thank you for sharing them :-) blessings..Trish

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  17. The flowers are lovely! Enjoy a gorgeous weekend, Kellie xx

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  18. Your flowers are beautiful! Thanks for sharing them. Annette

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  19. How lovely they are! Thanks for sharing.I guess they give sweet smell as well, dont' they?

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  20. I always leave the spider webs around my plants, they eat all my grubs, moths and the like!

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