I am still not used to having a fall. I mean a real fall that begins in September and ends in December with vibrant, bright fall leaves. I am a Louisiana girl, and back home, everything stays green year-round. Some of the trees back home in Louisiana turn colors, but the leaves never change all at once to create the stunning view that I get to see here in North Georgia.
So to be able to see the view we saw two weeks ago on the way to a cabin in the mountains was breath-taking…literally. I captured these as we meandered through the Chattahoochee National Forest, so keep in mind that are taken from our car.
I do not know how long it will take for me to get used to four seasons, but I know that my appreciation for the season of fall is deeper than it has ever been. There is something about it that is good for my soul! Fall invites me to stop, to breathe deep, and to soak in the amazing beauty that surrounds us. It invites me to marvel at the ongoing changing of season that happen in nature and that happen in our lives.