Orhan Pamuk states, “It's not the content, but the form of thought that counts.” So on this balmy but windy first day of November, it’s an image looking up. It’s the last of the fall foliage and it’s my favorite color, yellow. This photograph suggests the final moments of light and sunshine on this overcast Friday. For those turning back the hands of time, we can’t forget that this is the weekend we set our clocks back an hour. Get use to the darkness a bit earlier in your afternoons. That’s why planting bulbs become so darn important when we are looking for those first signs of spring. If you missed Tuesday’s garden reflections, there’s a list of fall tips worth checking out for this weekend.
Yes, it’s been a long, whirlwind week here in #Soxnation so Friday’s content may be short on word count. But it seems that images always garner the most looks. But if you need a tad more ‘story’, here’s an inspiring article. Take a look at how +Cornell University’s Landscape architecture program is inspiring local teens. It’s a Friday lift-off. Enjoy your weekend.
Image by Ann Bilowz © 11 1 13 Last of the Fall Foliage
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