It was a brutally cold Sunday in November, getting close to record-setting territory. I wanted to stay inside, but then the sun came out. Once it was possible to go out it was necessary; the four-year-old had been cooped up all day and some running-around in the fresh air was clearly going to benefit everyone’s sanity. So she got to play in the snow and I got to take pictures in the sudden sideways light.

One of last summer’s flower baskets; about done now
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Really big bare tree enjoying November sunshine
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Yellow trees and municipal streetlamp
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Yellow leaves against the sky

A couple of ’em deserve enlarging. I don’t like this season much, but it’s not entirely without its rewards.



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From: BWJones (Nov 24 2010, at 23:16)

Love the last shot.

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From: Robert Young (Nov 25 2010, at 08:18)

Yeah, they do look a bit like Mary Jane leaves, but I assume they're not. What kind of tree is it?

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From: Manjeet Dahiya (Nov 27 2010, at 10:54)

I just love the last one.

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From: John Hart (Nov 29 2010, at 14:40)

We got about 5" of snow here in Seattle on Monday of last week. As usual, it shut the city down so most everyone got almost a full week off for Thanksgiving. Quite a treat.

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