We suffered a long, hot, dry summer here in Northeast Texas. I'm talking something like 65 days of over 100 degree temperatures. Let me expound on that: most days reached as high as 110, some even higher! It was not uncommon to see temperatures in the nineties before nine in the morning and as late as nine o'clock at night.
And no rain.
Hot, dry, dead.
We will not be enjoying much of a traditional
orange, red, and golden autumn.
I went out this morning in search of "red" and was delighted to find these morsels, a smattering of color that survived the scorching drought, making these photos even more of a treat for the eyes.
|First Red of Fall|
Layer 1 Kim's texture: Fall in multiply @ 70%
Layer 2 Kim's texture: Just stitched overlay @ 79%
Kim's texture: and then some Linear burn @ 80%
|Red Berries 2|
Kim's texture: Life is good overlay @ 75%
I'm linking up with Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesdays.
Jump over and see what RED things everyone else found to photograph.