What a wonderful prompt from WordPress this week – https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/evanescent/
“Evanescent can be any fleeting moment in time. It could be the moment you drop a seed into your garden, marking that promise of new growth to come. It could be a photo of the Eastern Phoebe that visits your deck each day, wagging her tail as she calls her own name. If you’re in the Southern Hemisphere, it could be that carpet of leaves that fell overnight, before the wind scatters them. It might be the moment you light the first fire of Fall.”
Down here on the shores of the Southern Ocean autumn has definitely been evanescent this year. Nearly every day for the past month has been wet and windy. The autumn leaves in the parks and gardens mostly droop in soggy brown clusters or rattle as they blow in drifts down the gutters. Blue skies are a rarity.