LOOKING OUT OUR BACK (OR FRONT) DOOR — IN BLACK & WHITE

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Outside Your Home or View

The autumn leaves are getting pale, though probably down by the river they are still bright. Here, though, they are pale. It’s definitely a result of the prolonged drought. I hope the drought is ending. We got a inch and a half of rain earlier in the week and we are supposed to get more over the weekend. We have a big water deficit to make up: about 9 inches in Boston and about 7 or 8 inches locally. I hope we are (finally) on our way!

These were taken by Garry and me between August and October 2020.

Cee's Black-White

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all plus a big helping of cynicism.

6 thoughts on “LOOKING OUT OUR BACK (OR FRONT) DOOR — IN BLACK & WHITE”

  1. Funny, but the leaves here (southern NH) are actually as pretty as they have been in the last few years and we are in a drought as well. The autumn, though, has been really odd. I think next week will be closer to normal. And, yes, we’ve had a little rain today and are expecting more over the weekend. I don’t like it, but know we need it!

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    1. They said it wasn’t going to rain today, but it is definitely raining and quite hard. Autumn came very unevenly. Later along the waterways where it normally shows up first and earlier around here where it is usually late. Today’s rain is a real blessing. I was getting very worried about the well and the trees. This second rain in a week should help.

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