Monday, September 28, 2009

Rudbeckias and Rocks - Lin Frye

Rudbeckias and Rocks
Originally uploaded by linfrye
Daily Journal

The sun finally made its way out yesterday -- the sky turned September blue, the air cleared, and the scent of damp earth was wonderfully refreshing after so many days of rain. Despite a week of precipitation, we are still 7" below normal ... but nonetheless, it was good to see the sun again!

I return to my favorite roadside for inspiration and fall color, this time focusing on the Rudbeckias (black eyed Susans) and the bank of rocks. Their sunshiney color matched the day!

We're in for cooler temperatures this week, and that means the leaf color will be hastened. Already I can imagine woodsmoke and apple pies and holiday preparations .....

Meantime, it's off to work ... Mondays seems to come around mighty fast too!

Have a great day!

Lin Frye
North Carolina


  1. This is fabulous! Lin, you never cease to amaze me! Marva

  2. Wonderful combination of textures and colors! I wish our rain would stop soon - it's been every day and even the evenings.

  3. I love the composition -- you really captured the essence of the Black-eyed Susans. Very cheerful!


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