Shhh, the garden has been put to bed for a long winter’s night.
These actually do look like beds!
Good bye tomatoes and corn on the cob and all that good summer stuff 😦 i have four little tomatoes left, ripening on the windowsill
This made me smile. They do indeed looked all tucked in for the season. It’s clear just from looking at them how much you do love your garden beds and all the gifts they provide you. Sweet and heartwarming.
And soon those sleeping gardens will have a beautiful white blanket of snow!
Oh, you aren’t a kidding. The temperatures have been dropping like a rock, the trees are raining leaves, and there has already been snow flurries in the mountains.
Extremely clever shot!!
Wow, aren’t you a go getter!! It’s like you want winter to come or something!
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