“Change is a measure of time and, in the autumn, time seems speeded up. What was is not and never again will be; what is is change.”
I took these at Dillon Nature Center last week. I love sunflowers. Many of them don’t bloom until late in the summer and then, before you know it, they start fading.
We’ll be seeing a lot of things fade now that autumn has arrived. Today is the first official day. But I like the changing seasons. And fall is a harbringer of winter and holidays. I love the nesting one does this time of year.
I just decided some years ago to enjoy every single day of every single season. We only get so many autumn days or Christmas days or Thursdays. Best to relish every one of them, and some of that should be done in nature.
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