The Very Last Twig

Dette kunne vært et slags adjø til høsten, for – når de siste blader faller, så er vel det et naturens tegn på at man er klar for kuldegrader, vinter og snø? men – enn så lenge, så henger det altså noen der og trosser nattefrosten!
Grunnet litt høstlig vind var det heller ikke helt enkelt å få et skarpt bilde. Jeg hadde faktisk ett som var betydelig bedre og som jeg hadde tenkt å benytte, men denne gangen spilte mitt bildeprogram et puss og nektet å utføre pålagt oppgave. Isteden slettet det hele originalbildet!!! Dermed må dere idag ta til takke med et ‘nest best’! 🙂
This could be a kind of farewell to autumn, because – when the last leaves fall, is it a sign that nature is ready for freezing temperatures, winter, and snow? But – for now, someone is hanging there and defying the night frost!
Due to a bit of autumn wind, it was not easy to get a sharp picture either. I actually had one that was significantly better than this that I had intended to use, but this time, however, my photo program played a trick on me and refused to perform the required task. Instead, it deleted the entire original image !!! Thus, today you have to settle for a ‘second-best’ only! 🙂

 

(Compliments of SRB)
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4 Responses to The Very Last Twig

  1. Seenorway says:

    Well, Ute, we are located a whole of 10 degrees North of London and that is quite some distance!

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Second-best is still gorgeous!

  3. utesmile says:

    That goes quick in Norway – we still got leaves on the trees, they are falling but rather slower. I do like the picture.

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