San Diego Fall (East County, anyways): The days still feel like summer, but the nights get cool. Then there is the dry breeze, the crunching of leaves cutting the quiet. Everything is skeletal and parched, in a state of crisped preservation waiting for winter rain. I saw two coots at the lake today, early migrators. I love the fall season, especially as it gets cooler, but October is fire season out here, so like the plants we eagerly wait for the rain.
***In other news: I am giving away an 8 x 10 print of your choice from my shop for FREE***
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Drawing #3: Autumn Thorns and Rosehips