Thursday, September 27, 2007

This humid day got it's start with clouds piling in on us, as tropical weather came our way from the south, with a promise of rain late in the day. It was a bright start to the day, but it didn't last for long.

Above, a purple thistle blossom decries the end of the season, while below yet another of the African marigold blossoms begins, with some black-eyed susan in the background.

The yellow hawkweed flower acts as a nice counterpoint to another cloud of asters, while nearby, some Virginia creeper makes it's way up the side of a pine tree, offering our first real taste of autumn foliage color.

In the front garden bed, some of those Nantucket red petunias bring a cheery reminder of the fading season.

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