The autumnal equinox occurs tomorrow morning at 5:04AM (9/23/2011 at 9:04 GMT) to astronomically end summer. Thought I would wave goodbye on this last day of summer with a scene I photographed back in July.
A young couple gets unexpectedly splashed by waves while watching the sunset from the Lake Ontario shoreline near Oswego, New York. Nikon D700/28-300VR, 1/60s, f/11, ISO 560, EV 0, 300mm focal length.
This young couple was watching the sunset from the rocky shore of Lake Ontario near Oswego, New York when a larger than expected wave came ashore causing the girl to embrace her date in laughter. Could this have the makings for a Nicholas Sparks novel about summer love?
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What?? I think you’re a day early? I just checked three calendars, and all three say that the equinox is tomorrow (Sept. 23)
Yep, I was early. Adjusted the text to compensate. Thanks for checking!
LOL I only knew because I scheduled a first day of fall post, but double checked anyway (just in case!). Then they also confirmed it on the radio on my way to taking Sara to school.
We said good bye to summer on Sunday when we officially closed the pool. I’m still in mourning. 😉
Neat photo! I always knew you were a voyeur! 😉
You’ll get a break soon with our pals in central Florida.
Well, as photographers, aren’t we all voyeurs? 😀
Neat picture! I like it! Bye summer! 😦
Goodbye, Summer! Until we meet again… (sob!) Actually, I am looking forward to the festive burst of autumn, almost upon us.
As am I. It’s what comes after I am not so looking forward to. 😀
Very romantic way to say goodbye to summer. 🙂
See, Tracy? I’m a romantic not a voyeur. 😉
Lovely capture, and yes it would have great makings for a Nicholas Sparks novel. Happy Autumn! 🙂