Wednesday, September 22, 2010

A Time To Every Purpose

We wave good-bye to summer.

As autumn comes around the corner.

Happy change of seasons everyone.


CherylK said...

You certainly do live in a scenic these transition-to-fall photos. I think it's a bittersweet time of year.

Dawn said...

``Autumn has its own charms.``
Thanks for posting that on my comments section. You`re right- it does. I have been so caught up in this gray weather I forgot to look for them!
I DO love fall. And season changes are good for the soul!
Happy day ahead to you,

Bossy Betty said...

Love these shots. I am ready for fall. Get out the sweaters!

messymimi said...

Only an occasional break in the heat here, yet, but thank you. I am grateful for every breath of cooler air, no matter how fleeting.

Leah J. Utas said...

Cheryl, bittersweet is absolutely it.
This area is amazing. I've been here 22 years and I still am overcome sometimes.

Dawn, they can be tricky to find under the grey skies, but they're there.

Bossy Betty, thanks. I'm ready, too. I always feel the best in fall.

Messymimi, you're welcome. I hope you get break soon.

Virginia Lee said...

We're having Indian Summer in Memphis this week with temps reaching nearly 100F. Fortunately the humidity's been low so it's been dealable.

I miss having a real autumn. It's rare in these parts.

Thanks for the photos, Miss Leah. xo

Reb said...

It's still summer! Tomorrow is fall (for the first time in forever), but I do like autumn ;) Lovely photos Cousin!

Leah J. Utas said...

Still a few hours left, Reb. Thank you.

David Cranmer said...

Autumn is my wife's favorite season and I am starting to agree with her.

Leah J. Utas said...

David, it's always been my favourite.

Dawn said...

And here on the other side of the world we are heading into spring. A very wet spring. sigh

Leah J. Utas said...

I wish you a happy spring, Dawn. Do you need the wet?