Although it's not officially fall, the signs are unmistakable. Fallen leaves, dried and crunchy underfoot. Still pliable and yellow leaves gently let go of their hold and twirl softly to the ground.
Dry grasses, dry branches, dry leaves, and the green-tinted ocean.
Darkness falls earlier and earlier. Soon our walk along this path will be dark.
Skies streaked with colour and clouds.
Tomatoes. Oodles and oodles of them. These are roasted cherry tomatoes, divided into containers and frozen for the colder, darker months to come. I like to make soup with them, and also just heat them and add a bit of cream for an easy side dish. That's what we enjoyed tonight.
What are the signs of the season around your place?