Panier of Plenty

Arrosage

Nature is taking care of the watering at present, as the it finally
rains enough to revive the garden. Mushrooms are appearing,
and the sound of the river flowing is reassuring – like a familiar
melody that had started to fade being whistled again.

As September ends (all too quickly), it is clear that it has been
a month with extremes as temperatures now plummet, and the harvest
follows a very different rhythm when compared to last year’s ‘Indian
Summer.’

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One thought on “Arrosage

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Superb photo of cabbage – texture, colour, form – love it!

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