Saturday, August 21, 2010

Wild Meadow of Goldenrod, JoePye, Ironweed, Yellow Coneflower and More




Something has been begot beneath the ground and the waters of the valleys in the dark of the night, which rises when dawn breaks to spread a cooler air through these hills. No longer are the woods a blur of monotonous green. Instead, assorted trees and shrubs have painted their leaves, branches and berries in their choice of vivid or dusky shade. The sun, softer now, casts a rosy glow of warmth on everything.

2 comments:

  1. These pictures are art at it's finest. You paint pictures like Monet with your camera.

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  2. Patty you are such a joy. I wonder if Monet would have painted if he had had a camera? Probably!?

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