by Ellen Miller
Almost every evening I stand at kitchen sink and look into our back garden while I’m fixing dinner.
Lately, I’ve been admiring the wonderful late fall colors, particularly of the
Japanese Maple which dominates the space, and a new sculpture we purchased last spring in Santa Fe. The late afternoon light, the very red maple, and the bamboo all together made a glorious picture.
So, of course, over the last few days, with clear skies at near sunset, I picked up my camera to try to capture it.
Sometimes, we just have to look in our own backyard.
To see more photos, go to Fall in Washington, DC to see all 20 in a slide show.
For the best viewing, click on the little arrow near the top right of the first page of the link to start the slide show.
See all the photos in the largest size possible (use a laptop or desktop computer if you have access to either).