Autumn is one of my favorite times of the year. The changing season is a feast for the senses, full of pumpkin, apples, spices, and a kaleidoscope of color painting the landscape.
This year, however, I feel like the wonders of Autumn have come and gone and I’ve barely noticed. September and October have been full to the brim of DOING ALL THE THINGS. There have been birthday parties to plan, school to start, marathons to run (my long overdue Berlin race diary on the way), houses to move, and family illness to manage. It’s taken all the strength I have just to keep putting one foot in front of the other and not go flying off the back of the treadmill.
So when it came to finding photos of Autumn to share for this month’s Everyday Moments circle, I didn’t have any. My camera and I have become strangers in desperate need of some couples counselling.
But as the seasons begin to change again, the frenzy of Autumn has left me with a new space. Now, I can gaze into the winter mist as the sun rises over my new back garden. And I can sip my morning coffee and just breathe.
Please follow our circle around to see what Laura captured this Autumn. I’m sure it’s lovely, she has an amazing eye.