As wonderful as other places are, there is still nothing like home for comfort and beauty.
It's autumn in the Pacific Northwest and I grabbed the camera when I ran out.
Seed pods are ripening. Leaves are turning in that subtle way that is so very northwest.
Pumpkins lay ripe in the fields.
A cow in the field across the road seemed to smile back at me.
There is something so satisfying about the seasons. Do you feel it, too?
Time to put a pot of soup on to simmer, to think about an autumn bonfire with the neighbors all zipped up in parkas while we roast hot dogs and marshmallows one last time.
A storm is moving in and we are rejoicing in autumn at our house.
How about you?