Gorgeous sunset with geese flying by in formation…Fall is near!

Thursday, 17 September 2020

The most gorgeous sunset is happening right now, as I type this. And it’s 7:44 pm. Fall is a-coming!

sunset through a window

I worked inside today as it was much colder out. Although I still had my breakfast and lunch on the veranda, with a blanket wrapped around my legs. There’s a frost advisory for tonight. There’s a part of me that wants the frost so ragweed will be gone and seasonal allergies will be a thing of the past. But there’s another part of me that loves my flowers and would like another little while with them. Nah, I think I’m ready for fall-hardy flowers. Bring on the frost!

The geese are coming by the dozens. I’m distracted, watching them fly overhead, with the fading orange glow behind them. Oh, what a shot it would make!

My new Pixel 4a arrived yesterday. I upgraded for the extra storage space. I can’t say I’m wowed by it as it’s much smaller than my 3a xl. One good thing though is it fits better in my hand, so that’s something, and I do like the look of it. The camera is fantastic, which is why I switched to it from an iPhone. All of the photos I’m sharing on this post were taken with the 4a.

Today’s photos

a fuchsia bloom
A fuchsia bloom is today’s photo of the day, 17 Sep 2020 ©WQuinn

The first, fourth and fifth photos were taken in the morning sunlight. I love how warm the pictures feel!

Happy anniversary to me!

I had no idea it was my WordPress anniversary today. Thanks WordPress for the love!

Achievement: Happy Anniversary with WordPress.com! You registered on WordPress.com 8 years ago. Thanks for flying with us. Keep up the good blogging.


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