Cape Gazette

Wild clematis, goldenrod and early morning mist

By Dennis Forney | Sep 14, 2012
Photo by: Dennis Forney
14 September 2012 • Glorious September
Here are a few photos from early morning rambles.  Like a very early snowfall, wild clematis is blooming with an exhuberance that wildly celebrates late summer.
Yellow-blooming goldenrod decided to horn in on a morning glory and clematis date and then a cedar tree felt really cool with the dawn's early light illuminating a frosting of clematis.
It's a beautiful time of the year.  Nature cares little of politics nor really of anything.  It just keeps on doing its thing.  It's up to us to find the beauty in it which really isn't that hard.
Here also are a couple of photographs showing the sun coming up over the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal and the salt marshes of Cape Henlopen State Park.
Comments (1)
Posted by: Barry Wayne Price | Sep 15, 2012 07:29

I can almost smell the pungent fragrance of the Clematis.

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