AS SEPTEMBER LEAVES US … CEE’S ODDBALL PHOTO CHALLENGE

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: 2016 Week 38


Summer’s officially over. The weather is still warm, but not as it was even a few days ago. Night are chilly, days very comfortable. This is the time of year I love best, but it is too brief.

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For the next few weeks and maybe a bit more, I will grab the season and hug it. Urge it to stay longer! More fall, less everything else!

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11 thoughts on “AS SEPTEMBER LEAVES US … CEE’S ODDBALL PHOTO CHALLENGE

  1. It’s raining here today and it does feel like fall. There is a tinge of colour to the edge of the leaves now. It will be the end of the boating season too around here. Lovely photos, Marilyn.
    Leslie

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  2. We are looking at a week of Santana winds — hot winds that come from Arizona and Nevada (desert heat — hot and dry). Today it was very close to 100, and we may have two or three days over 100 during the week. This is typical for the early part of September, after which it usually begins to cool down — I hope it will do that, and add in a little rain very soon!

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    • In Israel, we had the Chamsin, the hot winds that blow up from the Sahara. Same story — anytime from July through early September. But it also brought sand and grit and it was really hard to breathe. Horrible weather.

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      • We are fortunate that this is the first week of real Santana winds — there are often several weeks through the fall before they go away for the year. It will be interesting to see what happens this year!

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        • I hope they depart very soon. It’s a miserable time. These nasty weather events always have such romantic names. Chamsin derives from the Hebrew and Arabic words for fifty because supposedly they last for 50 days. Fortunately, not usually. Maybe in Arabia, but rarely quite as long in Israel. I used to just lay on the tile floor and try not to move. No A/C.

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