Wednesday, October 20, 2010
All too soon the Aspen season is over. In just a few weeks trees and groves have gone from touches of yellow and orange to bare trees deprived of their glorious cloaks. The gold of leaves on the ground have withered and dried and are brown colored as they begin to decay. Not lost but only a part of that returning to the soil the neccessary nutrients that once again bring forth a new season of growth climaxed by crowned gold.
The only gold now found is in the setting of the sun. The gold in clouds perhaps simply borrowed from a season of the Aspen.