In the summer, when blooms are everywhere, it's easy to see the beauty around you. Even as fall creeps in, it's easy. Because the leaves put on quite a show.
But in the late fall, as winter edges ever closer, that's when it's tough. The blooms have faded and the leaves are gone. Everything is bare and grey and shades-of-bleak.
But. . . that's the time to look! To really take notice!
Blooms are fleeting. Here and gone.
Turns out it's the underlying structure that really counts! Because that structure remains long after the beauty is gone.
Take a look.