Country Market-The Changing Seasons 09

Autumn is around the corner and we have cooler temperatures to prove it. The Country Market has a fall focus now, with pumpkins, gourds and ornamental corn displayed out front along with hearty seasonal plants.

Crisp air signals change but I am still holding on to summer. The days are getting shorter and the darkness of evening is coming much too early for me. I always feel this way as summer winds down, but this year, with the recent loss of my mother, the changing of seasons seems even more reflective of the seasons of life.

Hold your loved ones close, with a warm embrace, as we venture into fall!

This is my ninth installment for Cardinal Guzman’s Monthly Photo Challenge. We are to post 5-20 pictures each month at a nearby location to showcase the changing of seasons and hone our photography skills. You should check out his photos and the links that he posts to other entries you may also enjoy viewing. You can see my previous galleries by clicking on the Changing Seasons header at the top of this page.

Posted on September 14, 2015, in Family, Musings, Observations, Photography, The Changing Seasons and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. What?! I’ve never seen colored maize before, only the standard golden ones. I didn’t even knew that it existed.


  2. Beautiful shots Tildy. I know what you mean about loss making you more reflective. Hugs to you.


  3. Gorgeous autumnal colours here Tildy. I love the ornamental corn, I have seen it in Boston but never here in the UK. Is it edible? So sorry for your loss. The first year is the hardest I found as each season awakes memories of previous times spent with your loved one. I wish you well. And I know exactly what you mean about the nights drawing in, it seems too soon! I dread it when it get dark by 4 pm 😦


  4. I love autumn colors (not that much autumn itself).


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