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Weekly Photo Challenge – Lairs and Layers

Mid-November in South-central Wisconsin is drab. There is no other way to describe it.  Layers of dead, drab brown oak leaves litter the ground. Oak trees tend to keep at least half their leaves until the following spring so the view from my windows is also khaki colored. I’ve reached back into my files for a few photos I took during mid-September of my backyard garden lair while it was in the transition stage from late summer to early autumn. Lot’s of layers of color, texture, and reflections. Let me know what you think. I appreciate your feedback.

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I’ve been singing this to myself a lot lately …

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11 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge – Lairs and Layers

  1. If that is your backyard, I envy you the tranquility. 🙂 Lovely photos and interpretation of this week’s challenge. Thanks for stopping by and commenting on mine.

    1. It is one of our backyard projects. We have two small ponds we made with a wee waterfall and stream. The birds love to bath in the stream. When I finally figure out how to use my husbands computer I have video to edit I want to post of that. Thank you, it’s worth the effort to make even a little water feature. They’re so soothing. Hope we meet up again.

    1. …and I will visit again. Your blog remind is a little bit of those old tiny books filled with wisdom, scribbles of poetry, an old diary, and a somewhat vintage photo album. I want to spend a day curled among the sofa cushions exploring the paths of your creations.

      1. That is one of the nicest comments ever! I am so glad to find another kindred spirit and hope that I can continue to entertain and inspire you…

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