The End of Summer


The pasture remains a bright shade of parrot green, though the tips of long grass left to grow wild in the autumn pasture turn gold at the tips. Patches of blue emerge as the gentian flowers bloom and intense shades of fuchsia milk thistles emerge above the grass. In the wetlands, long stemmed yellow flowers bloom alongside river grass that goes off into shades from lime to jade, bordering with salmon pink. The oat fields turn a tender green, waiting to be cut for winter feed. This is the beginning. Nature is turning towards autumn, with the wild flora gradually multiplying its offerings until bees have had their fill of pollen all seeds are spread in the wind, ensuring the next season. Norlha has taken inspiration from all these shades, moving along with the cycles of nature