I learned that Samhain (pronounced SOW-win) marks the beginning of the darker part of the year and is a Gaelic festival. Love your spooky picture! :-)
And we are threatened with our first chance of snow, as well as the first frost. It's come close to freezing before now (34F twice) but not quite made it. The year has turned, all right: chickadees and titmouse on the feeders yesterday. Mary Anne in Kentucky
Thanks, DJan.Mary Anne, it hasn't been anywhere near as cold as it normally is this time of year. It's odd. but I've seen juncos in the yard and the occasional woodpecker at the feeder. Signs to be sure.
Happy Samhain, cousin. (Not sure if that is the proper greeting, but you get the drift.)The weather has definitely turned here. It is officially mud season. That happens just before frozen season.
Good-bye, old year. May the new one bring joy.
Thank you, Cousin,. Happy Mud Season.Messymimi, thank you.
Lovely, moody image.
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