Sorry that I haven't been on here for a few days. I have been so very busy with organizing my writing projects and with research, that I didn't even participate in Sepia Saturday this week.
So, I thought that I would pop in, say hello and show you these pretty pictures of how we almost broke our tree limbs on September 21. The frozen limbs created a nice photo opportunity though.
This is how fall is in La Pine ... 75* during the day and 25* overnight. We were watering the lawn and forgot to turn of the sprinkler that night. Uh-oh!
The trees look like waterfalls of ice-cycles:
I considered it yard art that melts ...
Imagine the creaking limbs as the temperature warmed up:
Thankfully, no apparent damage was done.
Have you ever seen such fat grass?
Then I messed around wtih developing in black and white and sepia:
A month later, the leaves are gone and the weather people keep promising us a bit of snow. Snow already? So far we haven't gotten any, but it is cold out.
How is the weather in your neck of the woods?
I hope that you are all having a great weekend.
~ Kathy M.
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