Sunday, August 23, 2009

The Off Season

The off season is my favorite time of the summer. In June, no thought is paid to summer's end. But in early September, the change of seasons is ever present. As the summer starts to drain out of New England, the afternoons remain hot, but the nights begin to cool. Weather patterns change, the sunsets explode with color, and fog becomes a common site as a reminder of constant clash between warm with cool. Makes me think of county fairs and endless fields of summer corn. Everything is sweeter because you know the supply of warm days is dwindling. Nothing is taken for granted.

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