Autumn is almost here and I’m holding the door wide open to usher it in. This morning felt like autumn.
Preserving Autumn in a ritual that celebrates the late summer and autumnal abundance of the garden and hedgerows with nobody whispering Hands Face Space, Keep Your Distance, Cover Your Face, Stay Home, Eat Out or whatever the latest slogan may be.
There is a restlessness as the seasons shift and a need for change.
Autumn has arrived. The sun still shines but the days are cooler and the leaves on the trees and hedges are slowly turning colour.
Autumn is here. Hurrah. There may be various ways of working out the start of autumn, whether you use the Met Office or astronomical dates or veer towards phenology, guided by the changes in the natural world such as the colouring of leaves and ripening of acorns, but sometimes it’s more personal. Here’s five waysContinue reading “early autumn”