While it is not yet fall here in the Northeast, there are starting to be subtle signs that autumn is around the corner. This is a typical New England stone wall that the farmers constructed from all of the stones that they would plow up while working the fields. These walls would separate the fields and properties. This image shows the green ivies in the sunshine on the left transitioning to the yellow and oranges of fall foliage on the right in the shadows. Holbein and Daniel Smith watercolors in a 5″ x 8″ Moleskine watercolor book.