Monday, August 01, 2011


On this first day of Celtic autumn, let us breathe deep and soak in the warmth and bounty of the earth.

The oak leaf hydrangea signals the seasons-the faint pink bracts heralding the coming autumn when the leaves turn a rich, deep burgundy.

1 comment:

Kaija said...

Lambess... I had to google when I found one of my favourite Finnish words here on your beautiful blog.. Lammas is Finnish for a sheep, backwards it's sammal for moss. I like useful words.

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