It’s autumn, the season of transitions: the leaves are on their way down, the geese are on their way south, and I’m just home from Thanksgiving holiday, trying to get back to my chores.
Geese take a rest on their migration through the mid-western U.S. —
When they all fly up at once, out across the marsh, they’re like swirling dots in a pointillist composition.
… and speaking of pointillism, Britannica’s On This Day just reminded me that today is the birthday of painter Georges Seurat (1859-1891).
Back in the wildlife preserve, the eagles have arrived… slow geese better beware.
Do you celebrate Thanksgiving? If so, I hope you had a happy one.
More on the Weekly Photo Challenge: Transition
And more on Georges Seurat