We are in the peak of the fall season here in northern Virginia. Colors are riotous. Leaves are equally abundant in trees on the ground. Temperatures have fallen and the smell of the first burning firewood is in the air, whips of smoke from chimneys curling into the early morning sky around the neighborhood. Here’s a look a some of the color I’ve spotted on my morning walks recently.
I love this part of fall, a few weeks before Thanksgiving, which in turn is just a few weeks ahead of our holiday break. The year seems to speed up at this time of year, like a comet accelerating as it whips around the sun. Before you know it, 2021 will be in the rearview mirror.
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