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Really the last day of November, but a beautifully wintry kind of sunrise as the sun lazily rolls along the horizon.
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The snow that fell earlier this week is still here for Thanksgiving, melting and refreezing into interesting patterns of ice.
In the late fall, a field of goldenrod gone to seed is both decorative and a bit mournful.
Most of the leaves have fallen, so we can see down into the hollow through the trees. But a few bright patches of color remain.
Trees, like human beings, become more interesting as they suffer more misfortunes.
Are you misinformed yet?
An unforgettable tale of Pittsburgh in the Gilded Age.
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