No, this post has nothing to do with the ghostly visits I've experienced. Shiver!
I know I'm not alone in my love of Fall. This Fall seems to be exceptionally colorful. The sky has stayed blue and we have had an abundance of sunshine, which is a rarity in Northeastern Ohio, at this time of year. As I look out the window, I see more trees with leaves than without--also a rarity for this time of year. Usually, by now, a cold, windy, rainy day has defrocked the trees of their beautiful colors. But, November is here, or as we like to call it, "Monsoon Season", and that means cold, rain, wind, and s- - -.
While I love, love the colors of the leaves, and cooler (note: I did not say freezing, sub-zero) temperatures, and brisk air, what I really love are the sunsets that come with Fall. They are breath-takingly beautiful and colorful.
I get to see a masterpiece of color painted by God, every night from my kitchen window. The sky turns pink, purple, yellow, orange, red.
It's difficult to get a good picture of the beauty, which is probably a good thing, or I'd have about 1000 pictures by now.
But, last night I did try to get a picture or two to share. Here's a tiny taste of what I get to see every evening. (OK, I have to apologize for the poor quality of my pictures. I 've been waiting for tonight's sunset to retake some pictures, and, naturally, it's not very impressive. So, you'll just have to look beyond the blurriness. Sorry! But, you can see that it was, indeed, colorful!)