Appalachian Thursday–Fall’s Last Flower

It’s officially autumn. October arrives this weekend. The days are cooler, the nights make an extra quilt welcome. I love this time of year.

Maybe it’s the bittersweet way nature fades from lush green, to russet and gold, and then to brown and grey. And, of course, knowing that it will all start again in the spring!

If you follow my Facebook author page, you know I post pictures of wildflowers I’ve seen during the week on Wednesdays. I’m a wildflower junkie and this time of year they’re especially precious since they’re fading away.

So here, for my last post of September, is a bouquet of fall’s last flowers.

4 thoughts on “Appalachian Thursday–Fall’s Last Flower

  1. Beautiful, Sarah. We have had a little rain today, and it’s felt so nice. We get teased so often regarding the weather. We’ll have a week of cool days, and then it heats back up again. Ugh. It sure makes you appreciate the cool days though. 🙂

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