I find beauty and things to delight me in every season. Our natural world is an artists dream. Just look around and you can see how Autumn knows how to put on a show. She is vivid and rich, the hues of yellow, orange and red sometimes shocking even in their glory.
Already this season our family of four, while on a weekend jaunt out of town, stopped in Suisun City at Larry's Produce. I am almost reluctant to share about it publicly, thinking it might be better to keep it a secret. The market is already a wonderful place to pick up produce during the late spring and summer months, but it becomes even more festive in my eyes in the fall when the pumpkins, squash and gourds arrive. Here is a sample of the delights to be had at the outdoor market.
Living in Northern California in a more rural area there are also farms that transform into festive destinations in the month of October. Just this past Friday I went on a field trip with my daughters 2nd grade class to a local farm where we went on a train ride, a wagon ride, picked pumpkins right off the vines, bounced on a trampoline, shot corn cobs out of air cannons, wandered through a corn maze and watched little piggies race.
Not only are the images about Autumn stunning, but so can be the words of writers who wax poetic about this season and its golden abundance. Here are some delightful reads for you to enjoy.
In my exploration of all tings Autumn I also came across this sentimental creation by Cathy Cullis called Fragile Things.
autumn leaves seedpods
feathers rain clouds
Have you experienced any Fall fun yet?
Here is a list of some ideas to get you going.
Consider writing your own poem about Autumn or simply a list that begins with Autumn is...
Grab your camera and go for a drive or a walk and capture some of the fall color in your area.
Pick up some pumpkins and colorful gourds at the store and create a display on your porch, dining room table or altar.
Is there something you love best about this season?