As Fall approaches subtle changes occur. If we’re paying attention, we notice them. Too often we are caught up in our own world and miss them.
Suddenly the leaves are changing colour. Suddenly that lovely 20 degrees is now a chilly 20 degrees. Suddenly the dawn is coming a bit later, and twilight a bit sooner.
Of course, the reverse is true in the Spring, but I relish the coming of Spring more than I do Fall. Because Fall means that Winter is near. I do not like Winter.
You may be wondering, “What the hell is that picture?” Well, I was playing around with a moonshot, trying to find something a little different with it. Suddenly it looked like something post-apocalyptic. So, I ran with it. I played with the sliders in Lightroom until I saw something that I kinda liked. Kinda looks like the darkness is creeping across the moon.
Those of you who may be noting the finer details will see that my image counts have flipped back to zero. That’s because, despite all improvements in technology, my camera can only count to from 1 to 9999. After that, it rolls over and starts again. Mid-September, I rolled over. Wow.