This is the second fog we’ve had in a couple of weeks. It’s becoming apparent that autumn is well on its way. It’s cooled down in the morning, calm and magic.
Autumn is one of my favourite times of the year. We’re all eagerly awaiting rain and we start to watch the weather charts a bit more closely than over summer – or at least we look for different things – in summer we’re watching to see if we’re lucky enough to avoid extreme temperatures, or if it’s good fishing weather!
When the rains come, the smell on the dry earth is something that could lift you to the clouds! It’s the most beautiful smell in this world.
Then the tiny specks of green start to appear and after a few more days, the life giving green grass is well on it’s way to being tall enough to be eaten by the stock.
That goodness for Mother Nature – we’d be lost without her!