WITH THE FIRST COLD NIGHTS (we hit 41 degrees F Monday!) I’m suddenly invigorated–and overtaken by two impulses: to nest and get cozy (including tossing out loads of things), and to edit the garden (additions and subtractions both lie ahead). While plotting my plans, look what beauties I noticed through my camera lens in the almost-fall landscape:
September Garden Slideshow
CLICK ON THE first thumbnail to start the show, and toggle from slide to slide using the arrow keys on your keyboard or the arrows beside the captions. Note for best viewing: If you “zoom in” too much in your browser, or are on a very small screen, or both, you’ll cut off the bottom line of the captions (and much of the vertical photos themselves as well). Zoom out!
NOTE TO SELF: It helps to go slow, to really look around. Even here, in my rural life, I have to remind myself: Stop! Look! Listen! (Maybe I should label this slideshow–with every bug, bloom, and blight–my September gratitude list, the way I did the one a month ago?)