It's Labor Day here in the U.S., and officially the end of summer—though it's still over 80°F (27°C) during most days here in the Midwest. We're still swimming in our pool on the weekends, but the local kids are back in school—some for almost a month (ugh)—and a few leaves are starting to turn from green to yellow or red. It won't be long until the days are cooler and the nights are crisp enough for a sweater, and though I'm a big fan of autumn, I'll be a little sad to see summer go.
This month's wallpaper photograph is my tribute to the fading summer sun, as the bright blue summer skies give way to the warm yellows, oranges and reds of autumn. I've also made a small format change by moving the calendar to the top of the screen, since the dock icons on Macs tend to cover it up. I've also made the text smaller so it doesn't stand out as much, since I prefer to place the emphasis on the image.
As usual, simply click on the image above to get your 2560 x 1600 px image… and watch the summer sun fade into the horizon. Enjoy.