After a cool start to the month, the second half of September has been unseasonably warm. That’s provided a chance for late season blooms to take center stage. On Wednesday afternoon as I was running errands, I came across a small town garden with hydrangeas blooming in the shade.
I stopped the car and got out to admire them.
These last summer blooms are always especially lovely to admire.
Soon enough, I’ll have pumpkins, mums, and piles of fall leaves to admire (and rake!). In the meantime, I plan to soak up the last of the Summer’s loveliness.