Last days of fall

A fine art photo of leaves showing the End of Fall

So cold out

As the grey clouds begin their consumption the Pacific Northwest, the last of the leaves have fallen from most of the trees. As I wandered the streets with a camera, I realized that it was the sounds of the leaves at my feet rather than over my head that let me know Fall has given way to Winter.  The city of Seattle has changed. The emerald greens of summer and bright colors of Fall become distance memories as the short cloudy days of Winter creep into your soul.  While I look forward to snow, fireplaces and spiked hot cocoa, the changes in seasons always cause me to reflect and think about not just the changing of the seasons but the changes in me.  More to come on that later….

November 16, 2012

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