Posted in Life, Photography

September 2016 | week 36

Welcome back to my photo-a-day challenge.

There is a definite ‘autumnal’ feel to the air. The days are still hot, but it really cools off in the evenings. You can see the beginnings of fall colors already on the trees.

Now on to this week’s photos:

September 4 – my everyday; it doesn’t necessarily have to be Starbucks … though usually is 😉 … but a coffee is a necessity for me.

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September 5 – glass; a close up of a depression glass pitcher … such an interesting pattern in the late day light.

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September 6 – what represents me; this view actually…I stop here often at the beginning of my day; breath the air, listen to the birds & other wild life absorb the calm. It is my love of nature, especially in the early morning light.

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September 7 – I cherish this; the precious little time left with my ailing mother who has been put into hospice care. (not the best photo, but the true representation of my muddled state right now)

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September 8 – powerful; weather – it is awesome – the effects of snow, rain, (both too much & too little) the sun, the wind…it controls us every day!

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September 9 – Thank Gosh It’s Friday; another coffee to help us make it through this difficult week.

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September 10 – sweet; the last zinnia out of my sweet Mom’s summer garden

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Remember that you, too, can join in the fun at #thebethadillychallenge or follow me @BasildonKitchens.

Thank you for visiting.

Until next time, Connie 😄

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I am living my dream life in the country! I love photography, travelling, cooking, baking and I even try my hand at quilting.

One thought on “September 2016 | week 36

  1. I was going to say my favorite photo was the close up of the glass…until I got to the one about your Mom. I’m so sorry time is growing short. Hug her close…and remember that she’ll always be with you, though I know that is little comfort.

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