This was a hard one for me cause I live in Arkansas and it's usually late October or early November before things really begin to look like anything other than sultry summer.
I took this photo last week on my way to town. You can see the milo is ready for the combine in the lower part of it. So that is a sign that Fall is near, the crops are ready for harvest.
Other season changes are the clouds of dust made by the combines as they harvest soybeans; not that there isn't dust most of the time anyway on this gravel road that I live on.
I took this photo last November when we spent a fishing day down on Old Town Lake. It's located only about 13 miles south of us, so it's nice and close for drowning a worm on a hook. I love the cypress trees that are scattered all over this ox-bow lake and especially love the burnt orange colors they display in the Fall.