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Harbingers of Winter
Harbingers of Winter

In the late fall before the first rain when everything is as dry and brittle as it will be, the wind changes and these seed pods and remnants of summers flourishing are picked up and tossed about. They navigate this change in myriad ways - spiraling, rolling, catapulting, crumbling, distributing their seeds before the storms. Each one has its own particular place in the great seasonal migration and its own method of disbursement. It is a strange carnival of husks.