Saturday, September 24, 2011

Summer lingers

I see it in the solitary daylily amid the dry stalks

and in the bounty of garden vegetables and orchard fruits.
But as we put up produce and firewood

the light changes,

and fall finds a foothold in the foliage of the trees.

That's it for now from . . .


Theresa said...

Yep, seeing the same changes here. The dogwoods are the first to change giving me fall glimpses on 80 degree days. The fawns have lost their spots and summer is offering up the last of her bounty before the cold winds begin to blow. Oh the industry of the squirrels is to be admired!

Tina T-P said...

A friend gave us some "homegrown" potatoes from her stash - they were the best potatoes I've had in a long time - so much flavor!

It's nice to have it cool off after the past two days. T.

Nancy K. said...

Nice alliteration!