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I spent the final week of summer with my extended family in the Adirondack Mountains in New York State, a family tradition since 1985. I wake early to catch the sunrise over the mountains; this sunrise photo shows why I make this effort. Just like summer itself, the rising sun is fleeting, one minute a stunning image, and the next a busy day full of things to do and tasks to complete. I think of Labor Day much like a Sunday evening: it’s still the weekend, but September feels like a Monday.

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I hope you enjoyed your final days of summer as much as I did. I’m looking forward to sending you my fall newsletter featuring paintings inspired by the September flower of the month, asters. Look for it in your inbox in mid-September.



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