It's mid September and fall has arrived in Iowa. The compass flowers are in their glory but on the wane.
Upon closer inspection, you see the compass flowers are in their final days.
Asters are a true habringer of fall. They are prolific in the ditches and open prairie now. This is their time.
In Iowa, it is the corn that tells you fall is here. The fields have turned to brown and farmers are waiting for the breeze and wind to dry the corn.
But what do you do?
Walk across the lawn. Up the hill.
Keep walking. Still up the hill.
And smell the flowers.
Then find a nice place to sit and just enjoy a nice fall day.
Thanks for stopping by.