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leaf chaps.

with fall comes the ultimate scourge of lawn work: raking leaves. all of those gorgeous, oxygen-giving trees in your backyard become instruments of torture, littering their leafy bounty all over the lawn and sidewalk. 199 more words


10 - 26 - featured haiku writer

Corpses underneath

My feet crunch from the fallen

Soldiers of autumn.

© Jessyca Mathews 2016

Here is the third haiku from our featured haiku writer this week! 59 more words


Burnt red leaf

I love how the orange/red color becomes a dark purple and progresses to a dark brown/black. The cut edges heighten the illusion of burning. Amazing how the veins remain green.


Violet berries, tan leaves

These colorful little berries really gladdened my heart today. Photographed at the Lake Hills nursery.


Connecticut Fall Leaf, oil pastel

Autumn is a second spring where every leaf is a flower ~ Albert Camus

When we arrived at our hotel in Connecticut I opened the car door and there on the ground was this most gorgeous leaf – right there at my feet.  117 more words

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Back Roads

beautiful fall in New England when the Sun Shines just right