Sunday, August 31, 2014

Transition

September is a month of transition.  The days grow a bit shorter - the cricket's chorus a bit louder and the temperatures a bit cooler.  

The scenery continues to look like summer but there are touches of color here and there.





 In the fields harvest time is seen.












 Wagons are filled with the last cuttings of the season.











Garden"s bounty is being put by.









The hills are waiting to exchange their greens for more brilliant hues.


Transitioning is in the air.   September is here!

May each of you enjoy it - God Bless.  


21 comments:

  1. It's a gentle transition by the looks of it. Oh and I can smell those tomatoes!

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  2. Your surroundings are beautiful and I am sure will become even more so as the season turns - I too have been busy in the kitchen - there is so much to do at this time of year - with such bounteous harvests. Have a good week.

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  3. I love September, almost Autumn, but here in France it still has the warmth of an English summers day. Your countryside looks very similar to where I live. The acorns are beginning fall, along with some leaves which have turned brown. Each month in each season has it's beauty. Loved seeing your photos.

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  4. What a beautiful witnessing of this special time, this season. You've inspired me to go out into the country today & I will also take the time to witness...Thank you, good day to you!

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  5. Beautiful views, Debbie, and mmmmm tomatoes! Yes, autumn signs are beginning to show.

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  6. Lovely photos of the end of summer changes. We were feeling cooler weather but the humidity has returned and the heat. lol Mother Nature seems to be a bit confused. Happy Labor Day!

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  7. I wish our Septembers were as lovely as yours! Even though it still feels like summer here, we do see a change in the light and occasionally have cooler early mornings and nights. I make do with these seasonal changes until our Fall comes along.

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  8. Beautiful scenes!!! thank you for sharing!!!

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  9. Lovely photos, Debbie - that is such beautiful countryside!!!
    Kathryn XX

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  10. September will bring the first rains of the season for us and I cannot wait.

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  11. Such a beautiful post, Debbie... Your surroundings are breathtaking..
    Wishing for cool weather here... Still have such horrid heat. Come on winter... Please.
    Wishing you a beautiful week.
    fondly,
    Penny

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  12. Funny you mentioned the crickets, I've really noticed them lately. As always your pictures are beautiful, thank you for sharing.

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  13. Beautiful photos, Debbie, you have a wonderful September, too!

    Blessings,

    Victoria

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  14. Not much of a farmer, but I can say that the farmers haven't begun harvesting here yet. I was told that they need to wait for the moisture content of the produce to be at a certain level before harvesting. I am sure the gardens (as opposed to crops) have begun relinquishing their fruits, however.

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  15. We have the same kind of weather Debbie! Even the crickets are part of the scenery. Have a productive month full of happiness! :)

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  16. I see the motorcycle windshield and smile.
    The rolling hills where you live make beautiful landscapes.

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  17. Love your photos. Yes I feel a nip in the air at night but the days are still warm. My Japanese maples are starting their splendid show of color among st my evertgreens. I am hoping for a mild winter this year. I hate lousing the long daylight hours.

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  18. Thank you for visiting Debbie.. So happy he made you smile.

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  19. I love these photos, Deb -- those fields and harvest speak to me at the start of my favorite season -- well done! My dad had a pestle and sieve just like yours!!! Transition time -- so right! hugs!

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  20. Dear Deb, your lovely photos say more than words...september is a wonderful month ! I have eaten myself fat in blackberries this year, so many delicious fruits. xx

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  21. Dear Debbie, I read with all my heart your words and I appreciated your beautiful pictures ... even here there is transition moment and time of harvest. I wish you a nice September. I like that the light decreases slowly, while homr becomes increasingly warmer than the outside world. Warm hugs , Rita

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