I always love the ghost images that fallen leaves make this
time of year on concrete walkways. These images are progressive- some taken
during the day, some at night. Traveling between the Art Building and the
William J. Benton Museum of Art on the University of Connecticut campus,
pausing to take in these ephemeral moments is a nice "anti-venom" to
the blah, blah, blah of time spent in depressing meetings (otherwise known as
"time out of my life that I can't ever get back"). There is something
about these "leaves/not leaves" that always interests me...