A lovely September Day — tender —



  • Photos: DK @ Daybreak, Cove Island Park. 6:00-6:15 a.m. on September 10, 2022.  More photos from a glorious morning here.
  • Post Title: Virginia Woolf, A Writer’s Diary (Mariner Books; March 31, 2003)


  1. Tender is the most appropriate word for September.

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  2. I agree that September can be so tender. I am frankly surprised you did not share that insane photo of the moon… I guess maybe it was less tender and more than stunning… You MUST frae that one.

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  3. So, a “Septender” day.

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  4. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Tender September … a balm for the soul!!


  5. Thank you for the beauty! And, that photo of the moon looks unreal (curious what the enhancement changed). What I love about September is that all of a sudden the air is fresh…now we can all breathe…seems so healthy.

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  6. I love witnessing all the little changes in the earth as September makes its quiet entrance… tender, indeed.

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  7. What everyone said before me (I hate being late!)…Another reminder of Edie Brickell’s ‘Picture Perfect Morning”

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  8. That moon 🌙 pic on IG is just beyond words, although tender it isn’t…. the sheer tender beauty of September is so, so heart-warming. The candles have already been lot a few early morning breakfasts and dinner times.

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  9. Ahhh! Sept in the Northeast. Rustling of leaves, crisp air, gentle breeze, sleeping with an open window with just a wool blanket. I can do without Florida’s “endless summer” in (just) the Fall

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  10. wonderful photos…

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  11. There are so many of these that I say to self, “paint this” and then my hesitation makes sense, it’d be dishonorable to your art. What a breathtaking morning.

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