Friday, November 6, 2015

The Greatest Secrets Are Always Hidden in the Most Unlikely Places

It's November, but still in the mid to high sixties everyday.  This unseasonable warmth has been great for the leaves, though.  It seems that in the Fall's of years past, the leaves change to their brilliant reds and oranges and yellows for a few days, and then all fall to the ground in a matter of days.  This year, the beautiful colors have lasted weeks.  I won't lie, I've stopped at Starbucks for a cinnamon dolce latte and just driven around Kirkwood several times over the last month, just admiring the beauty this bronzey, leafy fall.  And I get to open the curtains up to this masterpiece every morning.

(photo by e.hunt)

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