Tuesday, September 12, 2017

The Fall into Fall

All summers come to an end.  Fall doesn't come, according to astronomers, until next Friday, but its presence is being felt where I live.

The fall crops are coming in, here in upstate New York.  Today, here's a selection from two markets.

Winter squash.

Potatoes and garlic.

More potatoes.

Microgreens (not a "fall" crop, but they were for sale - and they were delicious).

And beautiful, I may add.

More fall to come, including apples.

12 comments:

  1. Sniff, sniff. I guess that means the end of my local cantaloupe and corn. Two of MY favorites.

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  2. I love fall in the Hudson Valley. Soon it will be time for apple picking. Fun!

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  3. Eagerly waiting for orange and bright reds of fall. The nature looks beautiful in fall.

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  4. Oh, definitely feels like Fall over here too. Inspiring post though - reminding me on the treats this season can offer:-) Here, the apples are ready for picking now:-)

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  5. There's astronomical fall and weather fall. Sounds like you've already gotten to weather fall. We don't see weather fall until October usually. At the moment we're still in summer. (I'm in a tank top and shorts. It's too hot to be in much more.)

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  6. I've picked so many apples off the neighbor's tree, I had to give some away. Bought some zucchini at the market to make chocolate zucchini bread. I love fall whenever it arrives.

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  7. Feels great seeing all those fresh veggies on display!

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  8. Yep, the seasons are crazy. Here in the Southern Hemisphere we are officially in Spring, but the so-called Spring Flowers have been out for weeks, and every now and then it feels more like winter!

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  9. Pumpkin season! I wish we had a fall season here in India - where the leaves turned russet gold and the air seemed almost golden! Or maybe that happens more in novels? ;-)

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