Saturday, October 18, 2008

Polka Dot ACEO Artist Card

The mornings are getting darker, the evenings approach more quickly, there is a bit of coolness in the breezes. The last of the tomatoes cling to the fading vines, grasping for the ripening rays of the sun. The mums are in bloom. These are the signs that although it is still a warm 80 degrees in the afternoon of most days, it is fall here in northern California.

And in the fall, the dots on the polka dot tree begin to turn from Easter-egg green and turquoise to mustard yellow and burnt sienna, and the colorful fall polka dots begin to slowly drop from the polka dot tree and form a pile of dots on the ground.

ACEO Polka Dot Tree, Diane Weber, 2 1/3" x 3 1/2"

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