October 22, 2010
Autumn-beauty in the garden.
Beets, ready for harvest.
Cherry and pussy willow logs, cut for the fire-pit.
Bright red leaves of the blueberry bush.
Dried tassels on corn stalks.
Seedless grapes at their peak of ripeness.
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