Well, I'm amazed at the great interest generated by grilled cheese and fish! There is certainly no way I can top that today. In fact, the grilled cheese has been dragged off and eaten by something. Don't know about the fish... it's farther away and I felt no burning need to go check it out. Nothing has shown much interest in the smashed squash.
I'm going to show you the plain old stems of a winter garden plant. This is Sedum spectabile, Autumn Joy. You might even have it in your garden; it's pretty common. I like the interest of the winter stalks. But the first picture is just looking down on it- you can hardly tell it from the background. That's how it looks now, so much snow has melted the past two days.
Now, here is a picture that I took a couple of weeks ago. Same plant, but with a little more snow, from a different angle. I like this one a lot. Should I wax philosophic and remind myself that I need to look at more things from a different angle?
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