Becoming that time of year
It's easy to get busy and not pay attention to the changing seasons. It's been a summer of occurances and travel, always feeling like I've been getting ready for something or recovering from it. There's a garden to tend, yard to manage, wildlife to watch, news to keep up with and books to read. As a Saturday Night Live character said, "It's always something." Looking at my Lightroom catalog I realize how little I've photographed these past months.
And now I look around and change is happening again. Summer always seems so lazy and constant - and green. Now there are hints of color all over the place but really still not enough to indicate a changing season. Today, though, I came across definite indicators that fall is coming. Not only is the temperature cooler but the prairie colors are getting more monochromatic yellowish. And the sky seems bluer as the green starts to fade a bit. The signs of harvest are showing up as well, just to reinforce the calendar moving toward October.
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