Here are some pictures that include something that has been in short supply lately -- sunlight. The wonderful thing about winter sunlight is that it is cherished when it appears; one can bask in it, rather than sheltering from it as is often necessary in summertime. Also pictured are "sugar frosted" rose leaves and a landscape that looks like it has been glazed with a thin layer of pewter.
Still a few Blueberry leaves hanging on! They look like natural Christmas oraments.
Swamp Cyrilla, always the last tree to lose its colorful leaves.
Standing at the old house site, looking across the big perennial bed to the neighbor's pasture.
Teddy Bear Paws (Scirpus cyperinus), a member of the Sedge family
The winter landscape has its own unique brand of beauty.