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Fall color 2
The above image is taken at the side gate near the back door. Consider it an image that shows texture. ;) Somewhere during post-processing, I added one texture by Kim Klassen, but it seems to have become invisible. It also has a fence post in it, so I suppose it might be ok for a Fence Friday? That's a morning glory leaf, with all its imperfections and fall color. I seem to be less bothered by imperfections in plants during autumn. It seems that by then, any plants surviving a wet, humid summer, thrashed by winds, chewed upon by bugs, and trampled by animals and people, ought to be allowed some imperfections. They suggest a hardiness despite adversity. What is most loved at this time of year, of course, are the color changes. That's what drew me outside again today, along with the robins holding court at the birdbath. They are flocking now. I am still catching up with everyone's blogs--and enjoying every minute of it!
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