Yesterday was a bit chilly here in PA.
It really felt like Fall.
I went for a short walk around the edges of the woods and gathered a basket of wild rose hips.
Once the thorns are removed they are lovely for decorating with.
I gathered the very last of the lavender from my garden, which didn't amount to much.
There was one pretty blue hydrangea left, so I brought it inside so I can enjoy looking at it.
Took a moment to have a look at the water hyacinths in the pond.
I'm always amazed at how two or three little plants can multiply into hundreds by summer's end.
I noticed that there are a lot of apples on the tree for the deer to enjoy.
It was so nice to be out in the fresh air for a while.
Taking in the very last of Summer and the beginnings of Fall.
Slowing down and settling in.