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Nothing Gold Can Stay

We are at the point in autumn where there are more leaves on the ground than on the trees. I was out for a walk yesterday through the neighborhood and the blankets of leaves were everywhere. It’s very scenic until the leaves mix with the rain and start to decompose into a slippery, mulchy, muck. Post title borrowed from Robert Frost.

Photos with Ricoh GR3 except last photo which is Leica M10 & 35mm Zeiss Biogon f2

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