Today is the festival of Vertumnus, the lover of Pomona.
I like this story because Vertumnus appears in disguise to woo Pomona, and wins her by his eloquence. Because of his disguise, he is the god of seasons, change and growth. I also love the turning seasons, and approve strongly of change and growth.
Wikimedia Commons has an interesting selection of pictures of Vertumnus in a very convincing disguise.
But I prefer the word-picture painted by Ursula Fanthorpe in her poem, Pomona and Vertumnus.