Wednesday, October 5, 2016
#273 Fall Weirdness
The big fall rollout has begun. Up in the western mountains it is well underway.
I find this time of year fascinating. There's an element of something otherworldly at work out there as the countryside begins to morph. It might have something to do with the hazards of shrinking daylight hours - like getting caught in the dark on an evening walk. We forget that a giant twisted fallen limb up ahead on the side of the road is just that, and that the rustling of those little leaf tornadoes are simply a dying daytime breeze. There are no giant hissing lizards in Maine, we assure ourselves.
Fall Weirdness • 8" X 8" acrylic framed to 12" X 12" • $250