Turning a leaf to October has me browsing around in my old autumn posts. I have a few favorite images here.
October is a month for old "familiars." While I'm not much for celebrating or decorating for Halloween, I am amused at how often this term comes up in classic literature, so I'm passing this on from Wikepedia: In European folklore, "familiars" were believed to assist witches and cunning folk in their practice of magic. They would often appear as an animal (a witches cat).
When they served witches, they were often thought to be malevolent, while when working for cunning folk (don't you love that term?) they were often thought of as benevolent. The former were demons, the latter were thought of as fairies.
Now you know. . . .
But I hope you just enjoy a few familiar scenes from fall. . . .
I hope all you cunning folk are enjoying a few familiar fall scenes too!
Have a great week ahead!