Sunday, October 15, 2017

Fall light and temperatures

It's delightful to be home now, to the wonderful shift of fall light, as the sun dips to the south, bringing light in our front windows in late afternoon.

In summer, the sun moves directly over the house; in fall and winter, the sun's light is angled, so we have light throughout the day in the kitchen and main room and in the front of the house.

And this week, temperatures are actually going to be fall-like, and perhaps help me adjust to what time of the year this really is --  having traveling to Kauai and Vancouver in late September and early October has just added to my internal seasonal confusion, preceded by a cool August and September in Western North Carolina.

Of course, in the hurry to get dinner cooked, after a wonderful loop walking through downtown, I don't have a photo, and can't find one from previous posts (what could I have labelled a fall sunset view out the front window?)

Here's a beautiful winter sunset in the mountains instead.  Something to look forward to.


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