Late November, withs its falling leaves and falling temperatures, is bittersweet for many. It contains reminders of both death (winter) and resurrection (spring). Here this photo embodies all of that with its tree displaying the last of its bright red soon-to-be-gone leaves, the surrounding fallen scattered leaves, and a representation of planned new development coming to our local neighborhood. Meanwhile, the haunting rendition of the classic song "Autumn Leaves" by the late, local legendary DC singer Eva Cassidy (if you're not familiar with her work, you need correct that musical deficiency immediately) focuses on the loss associated with the Fall.
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