September reflections

(130:  September reflections on the pond.  Photo © 2009 by Robin)

I can’t believe September is almost over.  Where does the time go??  It just keeps speeding on by, faster than I can keep up with lately.

M and I had a quiet day yesterday.  A day of rest.  It was nice.  Refreshing and rejuvenating as well.  I feel ready for the week now.  Perhaps one day of rest each week is not a bad idea.

The weather here in the Bogs is taking a turn towards autumn.  After a week or so of warm, humid, almost tropical weather, a cold front is blustering its way through.  Through the night we had lightning, thunder, heavy rains, and gusty winds.  We’re under a wind advisory until tomorrow morning, with sustained winds of up to 45 mph.  Now that’s breezy!

(This morning’s view of the pond.)


14 Comments on “September reflections”

  1. Bo Mackison says:

    Love that abstract reflection in the first photo. Autumn has taken hold, hasn’t it?

  2. jenna says:

    Going to Harrisburg yesterday, I noticed that autumn had a stronger foothold as we traveled west.

    I live for days of rest. Strict followers of the sabbath are on to something if you ask me.

  3. Christina says:

    Beautiful. Love that angry sky.

  4. alittlediddy says:

    What a beautiful abstract reflection! I’ve said it before & I’ll say it again, I just love reflections in the water. D

  5. bookbabie says:

    Windy and cool today here too, I guess summer really is gone:( Cool reflection shot and great morning light on the pond!

  6. kel says:

    lovely pond reflections robin

    and a wise reflection on allowing oneself a day of rest

  7. Marcie says:

    Gorgeous!! Reminds me of a moire’ watercolor painting!!!

  8. anhinga says:

    Beautiful mix of colors.

  9. Robin says:

    Thank you, Kel, Marcie, and Anhinga. 🙂


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