Although we saw red-tinged leaves a month ago, Autumn doesn't technically sweep in until 10:44:18 AM central time. I look for alignments on the solstices and equinoxes. I don't know why; I'm just supposed to. I scoped this one out last week. It's ten minutes after sunrise - the moment the sun is visible over the grandstands, under the information arch and beside the missile at the Kansas State Fairgrounds.
It isn't Stonehenge, but you make due with what's around.