September 22, 2005

autumn paint

In the past 2 weeks, autumn has begun painting our trees. Each tree wraps itself uniquely as if they can't bear wearing the same thing. It's been eye candy for the soul.

There's a new coat of brazilian red on Pistache -- even on her branches.
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A warm blur of green is being replaced with daring splashes of red on Murray
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Ace is now spiced with tangerine
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Strings of green on Meghan seem to wiggle with delight with their new crimson glow
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Coral's lime green is taken over by yellows and deep pinks while the branches go deep coral
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Floating Clouds dipped herself into corals and oranges
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Beowulf opted for a solid coat of red
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Blackie grabbed on to the colors as they danced down
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Eleven put back on her deep pink overcoat she had hidden since spring
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Smoky opted for a brighter version of his deep burgandy

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And Nagano arched her new apricot branches higher than everyone else in the sky
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