Although we (Mrs Widds and I) celebrate the beginning of Winter at Samhain (31st October, here in the northern hemisphere) it doesn’t really ‘feel’ like winter until the Summertree is bare.
A light dusting of leaves on the emerald grass
There’s nothing like taking photos in the late afternoon light at this time of year.
Believe it or not, well over a third of her leaves have already fallen
We made a nice fluffy pillow around her feet for all her beasties to overwinter in without disturbing them too much. The squirrels however, were quite put out that they’d have to relocate their larders from all over the lawn to their new home before the bluejays and crows descended to ‘relocate’ them themselves.
The Summertree hath spoken – Winter is upon us
This afternoon Mrs Widds raked up the last of the leaves and put them…
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