Uprooted Magnolia

Enter Autumn

Posted in Uncategorized by leahyetter on September 22, 2010

Today, Sept. 22, 2010, is the last day of summer.  That means the autumnal equinox takes place tonight and we are now stepping into fall.

Young Japanese Maple in my yard in Georgia photographed last fall.

And even though it is overcast today, I’m looking forward to my first fall in Wyoming. I just hope the clouds clear out for tonight’s viewing of the Super Harvest Moon.
I can’t help but hear Neil Young singing  “But there’s a full moon risin’, Let’s go dancin’ in the light”.

PS: I hope my people back east are getting some relief from the heat.

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  1. Jan Crocker said, on September 28, 2010 at 1:20 pm

    Your “people back East” miss you!


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