Up until a week ago, the western foothills were still looking like summer. Though the trees were changing, the grasses and field crops were looking like they were still greening up to me. Some farmers got a third cut in.
It's been a strange season - gardeners will attest to that. I finally started getting ripe tomatoes in earnest a couple of weeks ago. And all of the many woolly caterpillars I've saved crossing the road where I now walk are saying we're in for an average winter. What that means these days is up in the air, but lets hope winter stays right up here in the mountains where it's appreciated.
Still Greening • 8" x 8" watercolor/pen and ink framed to 12" x 12" • $275