There’s a strong breeze, but today it’s soft and not stinging.
Colours have popped and red leaves are competing with yellow. Some are still green, as if contemplating which way to go.
The sun comes from a 45 degree angle, shining in your eyes, and its hue is that of an afternoon sun, no matter the time of day.
Some autumn moments feel more summery than summer did.
One day felt especially much like spring: I kept having the feeling that warmth was just around the corner, though in fact it’s already tiptoed out the back door.
Yellow tones, red-brown bricks. I love brick buildings. They have a cozy, reassuring look.
Bee-like insects, caterpillars, and so many spiders. Where did they all come from? The spiders explain why I haven’t seen many flies all summer.
Passers-by wearing shorts, seizing the last chance to dress lightly, and others wearing light down jackets.
The sea isn’t frozen yet, so it sparkles in the distance, like a treasure chest of diamonds.
The colours will only last a short while, this is the moment to notice them and enjoy.
Last winter, we had no snow and my three-year-olds likely don’t remember their snow experiences from the winter when they were 1,5 y.o.
And now, one of them wants to try ice-skating and the other one just wants to see some snow. I wonder if snowy winters will soon become an exotic memory of the past.
But for now: yellow and low light, let’s stay present with all our senses.