I’m fortunate to live in close proximity to the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory in Saint Paul. No matter what season or what the weather’s like outside, there’s always a view of color and warmth at the conservatory. And as we’re quickly approaching Thanksgiving, the sunken garden is filled with the warm colors of fall – yellows, oranges, and all the shades in between. As I was photographing here this morning I was reminded of so many things I have to be thankful for: my eyes, my health, my friends and family, a warm house, plentiful food, and the joy of living a wonderful life. I hope your week of Thanksgiving gives you pause to appreciate all that you have and the world around you.
and we are thankful that you share your outstanding photography and skills.
Doris Steeg We are into the gray season here!
Thanks so much, Doris! And yes, you’re into the gray and rainy season in Washington, as we are in our brown season. In the meantime, you can always go to the mountains for some white; we just have to wait for the white to come to us.
The blend of colors gives for a cheery day.