When Sunshine Comes To Life

As I explore the little nooks and crannies of my Appalachian Mountains in late summer my eyes are bathed in wondrous beauty. The simple Black Eyed Susan abounds on the roadsides. Everywhere I look leaves me with the sense that setting sun left a piece of itself behind as it passed by. Or maybe that magical golden hue simply fell as part of the rain and took root as it soaked into the earth. However they got started, they bloomed and spread across the mountains like a living flame. Soon that fire will spread to the trees as summer ends in its grand finale of colors. For now, I have little drops of sunshine popping up everywhere.

8 thoughts on “When Sunshine Comes To Life

    1. I’m glad you enjoyed it. ❀

      It's still warm here in West Virginia. We really don't start to cool off until mid September or early October. It's not uncommon to have a few days of warm weather in November. But, the leaves are falling in my lawn and soon they will change color.

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