As the sun comes down
From the cloudless sky,
To end this peace-warmed,
Autumn day, a solitary fly:
Its Autumn on this side of the World. The Bottom of the World. The weekly photo challenge is SPRING but I shall do our inverted season. Here on the Coast in the north of NSW there is not so much changing of leaves. Its Autumn now and the temperature at 5.15 p.m. is 25 degrees Celsius. We still have rain clouds but no storms this afternoon. I am wearing shorts and sandals and a singlet. That’s Autumn here in March. Its still Daylight Savings Time. And there is one solitary fly which seems to have taken a fix on me.
They say its SuperMoon tonight. The river was high when we drove into town this morning. WILLYWEATHER keeps me informed on the Tides.