My summer flowers are presenting the last of their glorious blooms. The one above is a sweet wildflower popping up through the pine needles out back. Several of it's relatives appear too and make me smile each time I see them.
The cosmos are a tad late for me this year but, none the less, they are putting on their stunning display of colors for all to see.
The ever lasting Black Eyed Susan's danced in the gentle rains of the day. They always stand at attention to greet the sun or the rain.
Pampas Grass prepares for the cold of winter by sprouting it's giant plumes that shall bend and and bow with each flake of snow.
The air blows cool through the screens tonight. Summer is bidding us farewell and autumn is nipping at out toes.