Autumn (1)

October 12, 2006

Interestingly, to me, at least, is that some of the local acer’s, sycamore and maple to others are in their autumn colours now, yet the next tree of the same genus is still green. Even more spectacular will be when the cherry trees switch to autumn, since, at least in my opinion, the colours are floursecent. I understand that sheeps’ fleeses are also flourscent. Which means they have a glow when light shines on them, not necessarily daylight.

I spent much of the day shuffling metalwork, finding out that in fact the invoice was correct, even if the delivery note was wildly off-course. Which is why I spent…

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