Monday, September 22, 2014

The last day of summer (and world peace)

I posted these photos on Facebook this morning, not long after coming in from a walk at Pin Oak Marsh, so this is creative recycling --- but the last day of summer deserves to be noticed and enjoyed. You've got until 9:29 p.m. today to do it. Get cracking.

The Maximilian Sunflowers at the marsh this year are as spectacular as I've seen them and the water, depending upon time of day, bright blue. Just in the last few days, leaves have started to turn. 

I'm hoping to view the sunset, too, but there's a bloody meeting at 5:30 p.m. There is, however, no meeting more worthwhile than an Iowa sunset. If there were fewer meetings and more people viewing sunsets, there might be world peace.

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