September 12, 2016

Back to Brown
Back to Brown

But more harvest-y looking, less desolate.  Not just because of the poke of green up there, but somehow because of the lacy structure, don’t you think?

It looks as though it should be cut and bundled, to appear in dried floral arrangements, rather sparse and simple.  But alas, it’s on the campground cliffs and I don’t have access, nor, probably, the right.  It does make me realize I do miss a true autumn; in northern New England, the leaves are starting to change.  They change here, too, but it’s not the same…

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