Scenic Sundays 49: Reflections on the Season | What’s Your Favorite?

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As we inch closer to fall, I’ve been reflecting fondly on our trip to Niagara Falls. This is one of many flower pictures I shot during our week long stay in the area. The bright color and fly make me long for the warmer weather of spring and summer.

I love spring and summer because I spend some time outside reading on my deck, drinking homemade iced coffees in the morning and hours riding Jezebel.

What’s your favorite season? What are your fondest memories of that season?


Taken on July 3, 2015 near Niagara Falls with a Canon Rebel T3i.

“I don’t even remember the season. I just remember walking between them and feeling for the first time that I belonged somewhere.”

Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of Being a Wallflower




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12 responses to “Scenic Sundays 49: Reflections on the Season | What’s Your Favorite?

  1. TheSeedQueen

    Spring! The lilacs. The way 40 and 50 degree weather feels like a heat wave. The smell of wet earth. The rains that wash away the last sand/dirt from winter snow piles. And life! Everything’s bursting with life.

  2. I love Spring and Fall, although I would chose Summer over Winter any day. My birthday is in the Fall, it always reminds me of starting anew, I guess because of school memories..

  3. Summer, I think. I have a lot of great summer memories, 99% of which have to do with swimming. And now, as an adult summer just seems happier. It’s easier with kids because there is more to do, and no bad roads to worry about. Yes, summer. I am sorry to see it go. Lovely picture, as always! Also, I need to hear more about this homemade iced coffee, I spend a fortune on mine and drink it year round!

  4. My favorite season has always been Fall. My birthday is in the Winter, so that’s a close second. But I love the colors on the trees in Fall, and how it’s not too hot or too cold. And the mosquitoes mostly vanish so I can wander around outside and not end up looking like a plague victim.