Let There Be Light
As the year quickly jumps into a crisp autumn day, it can seem all too sudden that the light of the hot summer sun fades. Below foot the leaves are crisp and rusted, and above the darkness of winter is approaching. We need to grab what light remains. This can be particularly important in the city where a connection with nature, however small, somehow feels more special. And on mornings like today, when the silhouetted city glows with the amber sun, it's a little easier to do - easier to stop, stare and appreciate the moment.
The sun can all too quickly slip behind fast-approaching clouds and you know that there are cooler, quieter, but cosier days ahead.
|The Edinburgh skyline on the first of October.|