The abundance of autumn

All images here were taken before Covid. Some of them are taken in the USA , where I live and some of them are from my home country Germany
A curve in Claremont , California
Take a pumpkin ride on your bike.
Leaves at its best colors
The red berries of autumn in California.
Putting up the chairs .closing the season in a beer garden in Munich, Germany
Wilted Hortensia in my friends garden in Germany
Wild  mushrooms in the forest
The crop of Boletuses
Apples from my brother’s garden in Germany
And there are my brother’s garden grapes.
An abundance of pumpkins at the Sherman Library garden in California

Despite Covid and what we All have to experience at these times, nature is still giving us the abundance as it it’s destination. Let’s all appreciate what nature is giving us. It is our only treasure we will rely on, it’s abundance of it is our lively hood.

On another note, I am still not used to this new wordpress  editing. I’m struggling with the editing.


In my photography work I thrive to capture the soul of the moment. I let my images speak the language of stillness and vibration, with that I leave my audience to find their own reflections and emotions. My approach in my work is to lead other's to their own imagination and freedom of dreams. I invite you to visit my web site
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25 Responses to The abundance of autumn

  1. What a wonderful assortment of photographs Cornelia. Loved the mushroom pics.

  2. Ashok Misra says:

    Nice collection of pics. Cornelia, especially the leaves shed in the autumn. Such photographs are so close to the ultimate reality of life. Keep it up and enjoy life in all its forms.

  3. Laleh Chini says:

    Stunning as always, love the mushrooms.💕

  4. TasView says:

    Lovely series of colourful images.

  5. Peter Klopp says:

    This lovely collection of photos is a reminder of our earth’s abundance, beauty and fruitfulness, upon which we all depend no matter where we live. Well done, Cornelia!

  6. Jane Lurie says:

    Beautiful series of autumn colors, Cornelia.

  7. Excellent pictures, Cornelia and especially the mushroom and apples and grapes from your brother’s garden. Splendid post and so true we all need to be humble and loving towards one and all.

  8. Tina Schell says:

    Hi Cornelia – beautiful post with wonderful images as always. I especially like those of the leaves in general and the bicycle and pumpkin shots in particular. I love your work and have missed it! Two other things. When I go to your blog I always see your pomegranate post as the most current. Today I went fishing and found you’ve been posting since then. Not sure what that’s about. Also, re the new editor – I agree with you and am not a fan. Had some issues with my blog so am forced to go there now. I found if you create in the classic editor and when finished just hit edit in the new block editor all of your work converts over perfectly to the new editor. I’m going to try using it that way as long as I can. Good luck!

    • Hi Tina,
      thank you so much for your kind comment of my latest images, I hear from many that they liked the leaves the most, so do I, I am glad that you enjoyed them that much. Thank you for mentioning the two other things…. I always wondered why my pomegranate post comes up first, it’s kind of misleading for readers…. Yes that new editor is really frustrating to me, but thank you fro your suggestion I will try it out soon. Thank you so much for bringing up those issues, it’s wonderful to know that we bloggers care so much for each other. Have a wonderful, creative week, dear Tina.

      • Tina Schell says:

        Now that I know how your site works I’ll know to look further for new posts Cornelia! But you may want to figure out why it’s happening as I’m sure I’m not the only one misled by it. Re the block editor, yes the frustration seems universal! Wishing you a creative week as well 😊

      • Thank you dear Tina for your great feedback about my site. I am planning on to find out what it’s causing that, once I have a bit more free time on hand. I know that you are not the only One. Enjoy the days coming to you and thank you again.

  9. aviottjohn says:

    Thanks all of you for your advice above on the new editor. I haven’t posted for several months because of reluctance to wrestle with the intricacies of the new system. And thank you Cornelia for your photographs and the sentiments they express.

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