I encountered this tall grass on my walk today. It was in one of those little sidewalk gardens situated directly in front of the owners home. On this bright, sunny day, the coolness was a reminder that autumn wore a chill. The gray had finally moved on.
tall grass blooms
bask in autumn sun –
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Captured this on my walk this morning. Beautiful!
For Thursday Doors over at Norm’s. To participate or to just look, go
Saw this truck in the parking lot of the Home Depot
in August, I think. It caught everyones eye.
If trees can do it, we can too!
This was what was next to the above door. Yes, that Thomas Jefferson. It’s a democratic club. Who know those still existed!? They even have a Facebook page.
This was on a delivery truck in the city. I believe it was Arizona Ice Tea
A door leaning up against a vendor stall at the Maryland State Fair.
There you go. An interesting variety this week.
Thursday Doors over at Norm’s. Drop by and take a peek at other entries, here.
Winter Sundown in Brooklyn, New York. It’s the end of the day and the surge is on to get home
I am tagging along for the first time over at Frank’s blog “Dutch goes the Photo, Tuesday Photo Challenge” where the prompt is : –