The Clinic: Photo Rehab #8–Grey Dawn

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Fairy Swamp is slowly starting to come to life after the dry winter.  Rainfall has begun to fill the slough.  The sounds of birds and frogs could be heard, as I slowly walked past.  Crickets were starting to chirp.  It won’t be long now…

This is my entry for Lucile De Godoy’s Photo Rehab for this week.

Thanks for visiting me today.  I always look forward to seeing you.

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31 thoughts on “The Clinic: Photo Rehab #8–Grey Dawn”

      1. It’s true. The branches are much more striking when they aren’t hiding and mingling, covered by all those leaves. That is a helpful way for me to change my perspective about the bare winter trees when we come back to the US next year. Calming is good!

          1. And they all have it. That’s one of the things that I’ve missed here in Taiwan. It’s not that things don’t change, but there aren’t four definite seasons. We never see snow except in some of the mountains, and even that isn’t much. But what I miss most is the autumn leaves and all the color change. Looking forward to that this coming fall. 🙂

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