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Change is in the air

It's subtle, the change of seasons here. Light shifts, nights cool, colors change, but slowly.

The giant coreopsis, dormant now, waits for winter rain:

dormant coreopsis

Sycamores go rust and gold, shed leaves, make room for winter hawks.


Among the oaks, acorns ripen:

acorns, ripening

And the Christmas berry, true to its name, moves every day a tiny bit from tangerine to truest red.


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