Ephemeral fall

October 3, 2012 § 1 Comment

All the colors are turning and I have yet to photograph them! How is this happening? I daresay they are already past their prime, actually, and with the dry-as-a-bone weather we’ve been having the trees are quick to drop their leaves. This is sad. But fall has been blissful. October is starting off almost too hot in the afternoons, though we’re headed toward a cold weekend for the festival. This means there will be a bonfire. And hot cider. Just saying.

Meanwhile, it is time for pumpkin carving, tying corn stalks into shocks, and locating ingredients. My plate is full this week. Photos to come, soon, my friends. At least one fall afternoon must be documented.


§ One Response to Ephemeral fall

  • The same thing happened to us here. Fall leaves were so short-lived and our trees are now almost bare. I had hoped for photos of my family in the leaves but it looks like we’ll be doing winter ones instead. Busy, busy lives we lead!

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