Time Out for some Awe-Inspiring Photos.

Here are two pics taken in my back yard. The second one I get to see every autumn, and it makes the other seasons worth living through just to see this for a few weeks every year.

The first pic is total serendipity. I awoke at dawn the other day. My eyes opened onto this image coming through my bedroom window. I grabbed my tablet and ran outside to capture it for posterity. I hope you enjoy them both.

Author: rawgod

Still a Hippie, and proud of it. Have my BSW, now retired. Would have preferred to be a Dr. of Philosophy, but the university I went to wouldn't let me study my own philosophy. Your gain, their loss. I live on the edge of society with my partner, five cats, a broodmare, and a three year-old filly who might make her racing debut this coming summer or fall. Remember the name, Tricksy T Clanton.

5 thoughts on “Time Out for some Awe-Inspiring Photos.”

    1. Thanks, Gary. When I first moved here, I worked hard to prevent the maple bush from growing, but it insisted, so eventually I gave up. Other similar bushes in the area only grow about 4 feet tall, but this one loves life so much, as do I, it is by far the tallest such bush in over 100 sq.kms. of us. The Russian olive on the right is supposed to grow to 40 feet tall, but it doesn’t like the winter winds up high, so it became a bush by choice, spreading over an ever-widening area of what used to be our flower garden. Its leaves stay green with silver underneath until about March, when the leaves finally fall off, only to grow again in May. The elm on the left is just a normal elm, as far as I can tell. Its leaves turn yellow with the cooling autumn temperatures, and fall off with the first cold wind. But while they last, they change the scene into a tri-colour wonderland.
      The scene reflects how much Gail and I love life. It’s never easy, but it is always
      worth it.

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