The Autumn of 2020 merged into the tail end of the memorable summer of this very memorable year. It was mild and the usual changing of the season was gradual. I suspect, because we spent more hours outdoors than ever before, we saw the change as a gradual transition.
Autumn is really the season I like best after summer. It almost, and you will be surprised, nay shocked, to hear me say this but it almost drives me to poetry. In fact, I once wrote a poem about it. It was on a summer's eve in my tent in Saskatoon, the day I overcame my nerves and had a relapse. Read it here if you like poetry.
It's ok if you don't, I don't read much poetry either. 🙂 Oddly, it is the second most read piece I've ever written. The most read article on this here website is this How To Write A Novel, a surprisingly candid view into my own struggle to write one.
This is my third attempt at putting up photographs I have taken. The first can be found here, appropriately titled "Photographs", for I was young and foolish then.
Back to the Autumn of 2020! This is a follow up to the Summer of 2020 Collection which I hope you have already seen. If you haven't click this.
Onwards, without further ado, to
the Autumn of 2020 Photo Collection!
I have tried a different format this time instead of the Slideshow I used for the summer collection. Which format do you prefer? Let me know!