Outdoor shots of the fall gardens taken at night with a flash
Mini gourds, tiny lemon cucumbers, and a hunk of granite keep an evergreen myrtle company in this winter pot.
Goldenrod has turned silver with the frost.
Small purple aster is still sort of blooming.
Ornamental grass is ready for fall arrangements.
I've moved this planter from the backyard to the porch right next to the house. It hasn't been hit by frost yet. The purple foliage really looks great next to the salmon painted clapboards.
Foxglove and sedum still look great in a fall garden.
Wild mustard, which I plant and cultivate, lol, takes on an almost waxy appearance at this time of year.
These lawn ornaments, escaping from this photo, will come inside soon.
Time to clean the hewn granite bird bath...
Lilies, irises, and ornamental grasses hunker down for the coming winter months.
A miniature laurel is wondering where it will be moved next year. This is its third "home" this year, but I like it where it is now, so it can grow old there.
One set of horizontal surfaces—Every horizontal surface in my abode is covered with cars and collectibles. Here's a '73 "colonnade" GTO in white, a rare car when new and a mighty cool Johnny Lightning today, and an equally rare-when-new '65 Chevelle 300 2 door wagon, also in white. Another GTO, a gold '69 coupe is at the bottom next to a red '58 Impala. Also note the '53 Corvette Dinky toy with the white paint flaking off. I touched up the red interior a few years ago, but am leaving the exterior the way it is. The 1950s Grundig console record player/radio is the bottom surface.
The Thanksgiving cactus in my southeast window. It's early!