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It’s no secret that I adore summer. I love heat, I often like humidity [within reason] and I covet the sunshine. Changing seasons makes me nostalgic and melancholy, especially when the seasons are changing toward my least favorite season of all – winter. But a few years ago, I started to really pay attention to the beauty that is Fall. The crisp temperature of the air. The color of the leaves. The smell of bon fires and the feel of wearing a jacket for the first time in months. I still hate winter, but I cherish the fleeting moments of Fall.
This past week, the leaves starting changing at a rapid rate. My family is big on ‘Leaf Drives’ – driving around to look at the leaves. I went on several this week and took my new lens along to snap some photos. I wish these colors lasted a couple of months instead of the mere days or weeks that they actually do. It’s a rainbow in the trees. God is good.