I'm filled with anticipation for how this particular tree will look in just a few short weeks.
In contrast, every so often I'll spot a splash of unexpected autumn colour.
Loving the skeletal trees.
...and some truly amazing winter cloud formations.
***Almost up-to-date with the movie watching. Some interesting selections in the last week.
"The Picture of Dorian Gray" (1945) is based on Oscar Wilde's novel of the same name. Drama verging on horror story, it tells the story of Dorian Gray who remains unnaturally youthful in appearance despite years of debauchery and evil. The portrait that he hides away displays Dorian's true nature in shocking detail.
Dorian's portrait before it begins to change.
"Notorious" (1946) is another classic Hitchcock. Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman are perfect together.
Bergman plays the daughter of a convicted Nazi traitor who goes undercover to seek out and uncover the activities of her father's associates. Grant is the secret agent who recruits her, falls in love with her (of course) and assists her in her mission. Much nail-biting suspense ensues.
Some of my all-time favourites coming up next - a couple of the movies which make this rewatch endeavour totally worthwhile.