Bittersweet Orange & Luminous Grey, November Slips in Soft & Dreamy . . .
Rain & Fog Softly Slip the Forest into November
A stormy All Hallow’s Eve gave way to a soft, dove-grey dawn; bare treetops shrouded in luminous mist and wet roads strewn with bittersweet leaves. Lost in the sheer delight of driving foggy backroads home to my Vermont studio, I had to stop here and there just to breathe in the scent of autumn musk and listen to raindrops as they fell through November’s sweet, first morning stillness . . .
Â Dove Grey Voile Drapes Above the Forest’s Bittersweet Carpet
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One Reply to “Bittersweet Orange & Luminous Grey, November Slips in Soft & Dreamy . . .”
A bittersweet time indeed! We were just admiring the second wave of Fall colour – now that the frosts have come and the Brilliants lie crumpled on the forest floor – the more restful shades of burnished Oak and tawny Beech in contrast to the richness of renewed evergreen and cheery golden Poplar…
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