It's been quiet here in little Comer lately. School has started and I see the orange busses trundling along in the pre-sunrise hours. We've had rain, thank the Lord, so the fields are green again and the farmers are busily baling hay.
The Fair is coming and that is always exciting. This year it's the 60th Annual and it's a great gathering place for everyone in the now-cooler days and evenings. I'll be going. Especially fun will be the music. I've got my camp chair ready and my ears tuned and can't wait for the front porch pickin', boogie woogie, and gospel singers to take the main stage.
It's autumn so the air is slightly clearer and less humid so photos are sharper. The moon last Wednesday was pretty, above the green fields at Paoli Junction, so I snapped this with the wires crisscrossing the half moon in the purpling sky.
Yet the first frost is a long way off and we still have flowers: