The summer's humidity is losing its fervor and the mornings are nearly cool.
It’s almost Fall.
The branches will undo their grip, the leaves will fall, scattering over the sidewalks, and crumbling under our foot steps. Only once a year can we welcome autumn’s change to the city. It’s a rare moment when we can appreciate vibrant greens fading to comforting yellows and reds. And meanwhile, the worn grey concrete mixed with the red of leaked blood makes the streets look maroon.
Sometimes something as extraordinary as the season changing goes unnoticed because of all the evident distractions.