Autumn has hit hard these past few days. It’s been raining a lot, and when it’s not raining it’s cloudy, dark, breeze and cold. I’m looking at the window while I write this and I can’t believe the level of greyness outside.
This kind of weather just makes want to stay home with a good book, movies, hot chocolate and a lot of blankets.
This is a photo of a friend’s house. Is a little cozy corner that conveys that feeling of warmth I’m getting these days. I’ve really come to like autumn. We didn’t have it back in Venezuela and, honestly, I never thought I would enjoy it so much.
Happy autumn, everyone!
Every day gets colder and colder. Scarfs are seeing daylight again and the trees are turning grey.
But soon, lights will color them, cheering up our nights and helping us forget about our freezing hands and watery noses.
For this Weekly Photo Challenge I’m sharing with you a photo I took last year around autumn time.
Yes, I know. I’m obssesed with seasons. But back in Venezuela we only have two: hot and hotter. So I just love grasping every little detail, every change of color of the leaves, every change on how the wind blows and how suddenly everywhere smells like flowers.
But I particulary like the changes on the light. As in this picture everything looks a little bit more yellow than usual…very autumy 🙂