As summer winds down and morning condensation on plants and lawns signify the coming change of seasons, everyone is outside to have a last gasp of sun filled, comfortable temperature days. And it is the last day of August today. Where did time go?
Photographer Ken Ohrn sends this dramatic image of the harbingers of the seasons in the pink of the summer echinacea (also known as purple coneflower) nesting next to the robustness of the fall rudbeckia hirta (also known as brown eyed susans).
As Ken writes “A little walk in the ‘hood finds these to bring a lift to my steps and a sparkle to my eyes”.
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