Leaves are golden, yellow and brown, falling to the ground with each gust of wind. Soon branches will be bare. Bulbs are showing signs of green leaves, the Camellia, and the Rhododendron still have flowers blooming. The Horse Chestnut Tree, ornamental fruit only, is golden in the sunshine. Snow will fall in the far south tonight.
One bulb, unknown, beautiful pale pink blooms.
Sunlight on the grass under the trees,maybe a few years yet until they are cut down for firewood.
Camellia Flower, surviving in the wind and rain.
The Alstroemeria still flowers, the dark red one has finished for the season.
These bulbs are growing taller each day, maybe they are Freesias, waiting for a few months till the delicate, scented flowers will show.
Quotation from Helen Keller,
dedicated to Gary and his beloved Boomer.
“What we have enjoyed, we can never lose…
all that we love deeply becomes a part of us”
Greetings from Jean