Autumnal Equinox

3,000 words for the first day of fall in Blacksburg:

Maple and Goldenrod

Goldenrod and mountains

Two Kinds of Asters

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4 thoughts on “Autumnal Equinox

  1. These are 3,000 of the most beautiful words I’ve ever run into!!! So love the asters! And the golden rod–barely focusing on a distant pumpkin! (Your trees change wayyyyyyyyy earlier than ours.) And the teasel (I think) nodding in front of Brush Mountain? But most of all, I love the presence of the fences.

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    • So glad you saw the pumpkin! The mountain is Price Mountain; it sits between Blacksburg and Christiansburg. I debated writing captions for the pictures, but then it would have been more than 3,000 words. Ha!

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