The cute little shed in the middle of fall wears fall well.
The canning jar lid wreath continues to rust away in the most perfect of ways.
Isn’t it interesting how some lids didn’t rust? I love the quirky mix!
The grapevine gone crazy is spectacular this time of year, wearing it’s vivid yellow self.
This rusty bike was found at my most recent junkin’ trip to Hope. The big plans are to bring it into the house. After it rusts a little more.
Even spent flowers play a part. I’m never in too much of a rush to cut things down. It’s nice to see what they become.
Lest you think I have it all figured out and every weed is pulled, this picture proves otherwise. But it doesn’t really seem to matter. The grapevine seems to know how to be the star of the show regardless.
This wheelbarrow planter was left on it’s own accord this summer. I just never got around to planting anything in it. But how pretty is this moss that just took over? I couldn’t bare to remove it.
The lobelia seem to like it just fine.
Welcome, fall! So nice to have you visit!
Nature sure knows how to paint a pretty picture, doesn’t it?