Falling

Fall in July? Maybe not, but there is a chill in the air and I spy the very beginning of fall.

Exhibit A: Hay Bales

Exhibit A: Hay Bales

Exhibit B: Amber Waves of Grain

Exhibit B: Amber Waves of Grain

The fact that none of the tomatoes have ripened yet reminds me it is still July.

"Delicious" Tomatoes just starting to turn color!

“Delicious” Tomatoes just starting to turn color!

"Orange Icicle" Tomato looking orange!

“Orange Icicle” Tomato looking orange!

Garden Teepee

Garden Teepee July 27, 2013

2 thoughts on “Falling

  1. gardenengineer

    Thanks for the nice photos; I especially like Exhibit B (it makes me think of a Van Gogh painting). I call the relatively chilly days we get in summer, “fall preview days”, a small taste of the upcoming season. We had a couple of them at the beginning of the month (the weather has since returned to its hot and humid summer-self). We get previews every season and it is a nice reminder that the current season is fleeting and will be over before we know it.

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