Wordless Wednesday – Summer’s End

Magellan - Summer's End

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Magellan – Summer’s End

Technically, summer does not end for a few more weeks, but let’s face it: most of us mark the changing of the seasons not by the actual solstices and equinoxes, but by the holidays and rituals that mark the passages of our lives.

For some, summer ends when school starts. Others unofficially welcome Fall after Labor Day, or when the leaves begin to change color, or when they experience their first cool, crisp autumn evening.

Even our pets are aware of the passage of time: they notice the changing patterns in the world around them – the migration of the birds – the falling of the leaves – their wild brethren preparing for the upcoming winter.

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When do you officially celebrate say goodbye summer, helo fall?
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Wordless Wednesday – Week of September 5, 2017

Wordless Wednesday

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13 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday – Summer’s End”

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  1. stevebethere
    Twitter: bethere2day
    says:

    Aww! what a lovely photo of Magellan heheh!

    Have a supertastic week 🙂

  2. For me, Fall starts when Labor Day ends. I totally agree with you about people marking the holidays as season ends and beginning. I know summer is here when we celebrate Memorial Day. Thanks for hosting the party!

  3. WoollyMuses says:

    In Australia it is now officially Spring. However back in the dim dark ages of my primary school days, I was sure that we were taught that season began/ended on the equinoxes and solstices.

    To support my theory we have been plunged back into wintery weather since September 1. Even had snow down to 400 metres, which is very unusual.

  4. Karren Haller
    Twitter: Myllls
    says:

    Your pumpkin bundt cake is putting me in the mood to bake……when it gets below triple digit temps.

    Thank you for hosting, I appreciate the work each week to put the party together.

    Hope you have a fantastic week!
    Karren

  5. Teresa from NanaHood
    Twitter: thenanahood
    says:

    I love fall, don’t you? Thanks for hosting!

  6. Usually when I go back to in the middle of August and I am in a classroom teaching.

    Thanks for hosting and have a great rest of the week.

  7. Heather says:

    I count Fall officially here when September 1st hits. School is in session and Labor Day is around the corner. I love Halloween so much I put up all the decorations Labor Day weekend so I can enjoy two months instead of just one! We start getting some great fall colors in our mountains around the middle to end of September and that officially seals it for me, a fall hike in the mountains.

  8. What a lovely photo of Magellan. I always feel that fall starts with September 1st, even though I know full well it isn’t actually until the 21st! I always used to have to go back to school the first day after Labour Day, so it’s just kind of stuck in my head that way! Anyway Happy Fall! Thank you so much for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party.

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