Nova Scotia is experiencing an atypical hot and humid spell this week — atypical for the end of September, that is. It’s warm and sticky enough that it’s unpleasant. After a sunny start this morning, a bank of dark clouds threatens (much needed) rain.
From the front deck, there are hints that Autumn is truly settling in. Here and there a splotch of gold catches the eye and, occasionally, a loud red competes for attention.
I look forward to an expedition to the coast and inland countryside in the coming weeks to capture Nature in her finest frocks.