Damp fall air spreads across the plains from the gulf shores in the south. Before the first hard frost Cottonwoods and Hackberry trees hold golden leaves up to the failing strength of the sun. Within days rains may be ice and the only thing shaking bare branches will be cold prairie winds.
3/8 inch width surface gilded metal leaf lip accents an elegant 1 3/4 inch width museum black floater frame.
I am personally printing this image in my studio.
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