16 thoughts on “The Fluff of Fall”

    1. Thanks, Claire. How enchanting to think of them as fairies. Perhaps we have the same fanciful kind of mind?

  1. J > The first photo shows what looks like – in Europe – what are often called bull-rushes, but I think more correctly are reed-mace. Once they burst, their fluffy seeds go racing off in the wind. My mother used to harvest them for dry flower arrangements, but she’d spray the maces with hairspray to keep them from bursting!

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