The weather’s getting colder [actually not, we’re having an unusual warm spell], the leaves are off the trees, the perennial wildflowers are dormant: the season is done. And so is this blog, for a little while. I’ll make an occasional post if I find something interesting or lovely while out and about, things like plants going to seed or nice landscapes. I’ll post the Three Views shots in early December. And probably some time in early March I’ll be out again looking for harbinger-of-spring to emerge, and the blog will re-emerge, too. Farewell for now!
above: bumblebee departing riverbank goldenrod
below: sunset on the Potomac near C&O Canal Lock 8, October 20
bottom: harbinger-of-spring last March
I’m waiting for spring, too. Thanks for liking Red Maple Tanka on Friendly Fairy Tales. I hope your fallow season is restorative.
Thanks. I’ve been enjoying your bog.
Yours is beautiful, too. 🙂