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Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Our world has suddenly changed colors. Now yellows dominate...
And, K's fur and eyes look different with the golden hue around her.
Some deep red hues also have popped out. Wild rose bushes have blood red leaves and candy red rose hips, and they covered the ground in areas like where K stood in the photo below. When K stands in the reddish landscape, her fur takes a rusty hue.
Both K and R think that rose hips are a delicacy. K nibbled on one as I took photos.
As I took the photos of K in the rose bushes, the sun was setting behind me in a kaleidoscope of reds, purples, and oranges, making the rose bushes look even deeper red.
Just as the world fell into darkness, a fiery orange danced above the Continental Divide.
This time of year is like Nature's last hurrah before going to sleep for the winter.