For someone who lives fifteen zig-zag miles from the shores of Saco Bay, Maine, I sure don’t visit said shores enough. Now that the true summer season has passed, I’m doing what I can to rectify this situation.
Here’s’ the final Sunday of summer 2017, a socked-in evening of about 63 degrees:
The first Sunday sunset of the autumn of 2017 resembled a late summer’s day at about 72 degrees (a swim was had moments after this was taken):
And this sunset, moments ago, presided over a far less crowded but no less brilliant 58 degree evening:
I’m on a self-imposed social media break for the month of October, a little tradition of mine. Here’s hoping it’s a month with more moments like these.