Fall season in Atmore brings warmth, calm
Over the weekend, something to stood out.
As I made my usual – as of late – walk downtown, I spotted something I have missed – the fall sunset glow.
The glow as prevalent as ever off of the cilos near Atmore Truckers and just down from Atmore Garden Center, and it shown a lovely hugh.
As you probably can guess, my favorite time of the year is the fall.
The temperature dips a little and the familiar hughes of orange, browns, dark reds, yellows and more come out to liven the town up.
Atmore is lovely during the fall. I highly suggest a walk downtown to see what the fuss is all about.
And did I mention walking downtown at night.
If you can block out the constant traffic that flows on Main Street – believe me, it’s not hard to – you’ll notice a different aura the city exudes.
It’s like a different character all together.
The other night, I was walking south down the sidewalk and had a thought – the city under the canopy of light is different than when it’s under the stars.
That’s a good thing.
I like the varying characteristics of each.
Under the sun, the city glows bright. Under the stars and sodium street lights, the city gives off a warm welcome.
Pretty soon, the fall colors will change to the familiar colors of the holiday season.
When the season gets in full-on busy mode, stop a few seconds and remember the that which is the fall season.