Autumn in New England

Autumn in New England

docs with leaves It's still looking a lot like summer here most days, but the taste of autumn is palpable. Even when temps during the day are lingering in the 80's and 90's, the breeze still smells cool and dry. Daylight fades quicker and gives way to chilly nights. Though most days it's still easy to forget what the calendar tells us, solitary bursts of alizarin are visible amongst hues of viridian and sap. The arrival of Autumn marks the visible descent of summer, and tells us to prepare for the coming winter. autumn sunshine As a lifelong New England resident, I know that we are at our best here in autumn. The weather is gorgeous, the colors are unparalleled, and there dozens of seasonal activities to participate in. There are haunted houses, corn mazes, apple orchards, pumpkin patches, changing leaves, Halloween parties- and they're all perfectly suited to spending the last few weeks of sunshine outdoors. Soon everything will be dead and brown, and the time spent under the open grey sky will be biting and frigid. autumn lillies Autumn pond xx Meghan  

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