10.15.2013

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it's strange how quickly fall comes and goes; swifter than the disappearing streaks of light that slowly slip behind the mountain a little earlier each evening. summer is long gone, taking her fields of green, clusters of wild flowers and gentle rains with her. it's strange that fall is your favorite season, you say, because everything dies. i know just what you mean. but to me, fall is like coming home. even more so than coming home to a house that i left over a month ago; i feel like a stranger walking through the door without knocking. fall changes everything: the door downstairs that creaks like a sleepy record player when the humidity swells the wood, and the gate that sticks, no matter how many times you smooth away the rough edges with grainy sandpaper; they're all different now that fall's dry weather has come. i don't miss the squeaks, but i already miss fall. it only comes once a year, and every time it leaves, it takes a little more of me with it.

7 comments:

  1. Can I just take a sec and say how much I adore that picture of the tree lined road... I mean that is fantastic.

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  2. can i just say that you are beyond beautiful and this is beyond lovely? gosh, i'm so blessed by you and your stills and words. love you to pieces, dear friend, and thank you so much for the lovely chat. so glad it finally worked out to-day. ;) xx

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  3. Love this post - and love your photography!

    I tend to be VERY sentimental about things so your thoughts on this season's passing (already. again.) is something that I can relate to pretty easily. lol:) Keep up the good work.

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  4. Sometimes I just have to sit down and practice breathing because of your pictures. GORGEOUS. And your words are beautiful too. <3

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  5. fall does indeed change everything as the entire atmosphere of the home and outdoors changes. it evokes new feelings...new wonders. ah, I love fall. so, so much. (and those kittens are positively adorable).

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  6. lovely pictures. and this is why sometimes i envy those who have 4 seasons, instead of 2.

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