Arriving early at the winery, dew covered many of the small plants.
Tiny berries making their Fall presentation.
The dew drops sparkled before the sun heated up and made them disappear.
Bright colors heralding the beginning of Fall.
Grape clusters nestled against the wood of the vine, lit up by the rising sun.
As the sun worked its way through the grape leaves, light was diffused and softened.
Orange is such a strong color that it held its own even on a sunny day.
Fall coleus, exploding color in the bright light.
A macro of a platter-sized hibiscus.
Tiny flowers combine to make a slightly larger presence on this colorful annual.
Backlit, this exotic-looking flower shone in the sunlight.
The bee, nature's pollinator.
A light, soft look for a delicate flower.
Sure signs of Fall, iconic images and colors of the changing season.
A macro shot of a broken window. Rock or BB?
Texture and color, designed and guaranteed to catch the eye.
An old door, faded and broken. Perfect for the photographer in all of us.
The small tag from an old jail cell. It was strange to think of a company specializing in manufacturing cells.
I still have no idea what a hair picker is ... or does.
Not-so-common anymore, Mail Pouch signs once were seen everywhere.
The old hotel retains its color, if not its integrity.