Picture Parade Two Hundred and Thirteen.

Contrasts!

The first weekend of this month saw Jeannie and me in Chicago. Then back home in Merlin, earlier this week, half-an-inch of rain fell to break a long spell of dry weather. I went out last Thursday morning to capture some sights of the first misty morning of Autumn. The contrast between our rural home and Chicago was dramatic; to say the least! Enjoy!

(P.S. I sensed there was no need to describe each photograph in terms of which one was taken in Merlin or in Chicago!)

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You all have a good week!

15 thoughts on “Picture Parade Two Hundred and Thirteen.

    1. Yes, that’s Mt. Sexton with a peak of a little over 3,800 feet. We see it to the Northeast from our house. Probably about 3 miles distance line of sight. It does offer spectacular views nearly every day; frequently every hour!

  1. Ah, yes. While the pictures of Chicago are stunning, they also raise a kind of busy activity in my heart…especially that one with ‘TRUMP’ written on it.
    The pictures of Merlin put a gentle peace back into my heart. Connection always comes where nature provides her gifts. Man has never found a replica for that.

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