Autumn can look so different when you’re away from home.
There are some telltale similarities in the proliferation of berries, the turning of the asters, and the migration of animals, but the forests, marshes, and beaches of the Carolina coast certainly have their own unique way of turning toward winter.
Can you feel the fresh ocean air filling your lungs with purifying goodness? What a healing environment. And, Oh! — to have been there during the full moon we had this week — bliss! I was able to moon bathe every evening.
I wish I could have also captured a photo of the dolphins that we were able to follow along the beach. I guess those moments were meant to be lived fully in the present.
Back to the usual Midwesetern goodness next post.
[Photos taken on Hilton Head Island in Sea Pines Forest Preserve, Pinkney Island Wildlife Refuge, the beach, and an Audubon Preserve.]