Linger Awhile Longer

The leaves are collecting in doorways and under abandoned cars; piles of raked leaves create "forts" for kids to jump into; rusty leaves snap and crinkle wherever you walk; single leaves dangle on bare branches like bats in the night....the last vestiges of autumn.

In Singapore there are no seasons like many of us experience.
But that is no excuse for the people of this charmed city to not experience the ambience of autumn.
A trip to Gardens by the Bay, a botanical garden of many delights, celebrate the seasons and holidays of many countries and cultures.
Who says you can't have autumn in 90 degree weather?

The last two photos are from home in Charlotte, NC.

The evidence is on her face: she raced from her picnic lunch when she spied this shiny red tractor. JUST HER SIZE.
It brought back memories of riding my grandfather's green tractor as a child....only it was full size.
Enjoy the "last moments" of autumn...maybe even ride a  RED tractor.

Posting to Kim Klassen, Tuesday Textures


  1. What gorgeous autumn shots - how wonderfully strange to discover it in Singapore in 90 degree heat! Love the expression on your granddaughter's face - she is one happy camper!

  2. Wow, they captured the feeling of fall in a beautiful way even if it was 90 degrees! Lovely photos, and I love your Charlotte photos, too. The photo of your granddaughter is precious!

  3. Those are pretty amazing autumn images for a place that doesn't really experience autumn. Each picture is a wonderful depiction of a fall harvest. The little sweetie on the tractor is adorable.


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