Why I love autumn …

Finally, the days are cool and crisp. And while summer is beautiful, in autumn everything goes flamboyant, one last, wild fling of color, tone and hue before it’s all blown away in winter’s winds.
I love my Japanese maple tree and the Yuletide camellia. Mr Wren and I planted both right after we moved here in the autumn of 1997. If you look close, you can see the season’s first camellia bloom just under the kitchen window; the bush will produce those simple flowers well into January, even as everything else fades to black and gray as the winter gets a good, cold grip on the world.


One Response to “Why I love autumn …”

  1. The pictures – just WOW! You have a beautiful place there BW, it must bring you great joy.

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