The night walked down the sky with the moon in her hand. ~Frederick L. Knowles
Living in a desert environment, there aren't many physical signs to signal that Fall has arrived.
But since I started blogging and taking pictures of everything around me, I have noticed that at this time of year, the moon is still very visible in the early morning sky.
While the Autumn season is normally associated with leaves changing colors and a period of harvest, the cooler temperatures here allow for the planting season to begin.
Jingles can enjoy more outdoor time.
In fact, we quite often have to drag her back inside from her comfy cozy flower pot.
Our bedroom balcony doesn't get the morning sun, so with temperatures in the low 70's it seems that these little doves were feeling the chill.
This guy was so cute all fluffed up as the wind blew a cooler breeze than what we are used to.
Afternoon temperatures are still in the 90's and we will be back up to 100 again tomorrow.
But mornings and evenings are feeling much cooler. Weather is changing and that's a good thing. Wishing you a fabulous Friday in your corner of the world. Best wishes and blessings, Tammy