Sunday, October 14, 2012

friday photos

tea bank
there was snow in the air
it was windy, too
milkweed pops up in the strangest places!
(it's right between the boards)
yesterday i harvested
milkweed, earlier than usual
following melissa (and marilyn's) advice.


Alice said...

I've never seen maple leaves like that. Thank you.

Velma Bolyard said...

alice, there are a few of them around the place! maple syrup trees.

Margaret said...

Ah the red maple leaves...reminding me of my roots (SW Quebec, 16 miles north of the border at Trout River...
Out here in the Canadian Prairie, what maples we have turn (only) gold...

india flint said...

and it looks as though yours are free of blight?

onesmallstitch said...

love the neighbour and the sky behind her. we don't have sugar maples this far west.

Velma Bolyard said...

margaret, glad to touch memory
india, some are suffering, but not most. so far.
jean, you should hear the neighbors when they're, er, looking for their guy! sugar (hard or rock) maples are the best!

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