Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

What I love about living in the north are the changing seasons that are so dramatic. In Michigan, nature is a “drama queen”. In southern Florida there is some change in the weather, including hotter weather and more rain in the summer, that results in different flowers blooming. But everything continues to be green. People say the heat is pretty dramatic in the summer and of course there are hurricanes – but not dramatic changes in how things look.

What did mark some changing of the seasons from fall to winter was decorations going up. This is in front of Palm Cottage, recorded with by the National Historic Society as the oldest house in Naples, Florida. The beach is just one block beyond here.

Tuesday Morning 001

If you are viewing this in December, you have to admit that the WordPress snow is quite impressive falling over the palms.

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    • Thanks. I have an urge to photograph some of the historic homes in our northern town that are decorated so beautifully but am waiting for snow. Today we have heavy clouds and rain.

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