Weird Weather Walks
Last week, as Maddie and I were walking, we had several days of thick fog, a couple cloudy days, and finally some bright sun the day after a night of heavy rain. We are not experiencing the brilliant color change we sometimes see here in Connecticut during the fall. Our wet summer and warm (so far) fall are to blame. That’s OK. We take the weather we get.
Regardless of the state of most of the trees, I had some fun with my camera on our walks. I hope you enjoy the gallery. That’s it, no math. Happy Monday!
A mushroom cluster?
This is the smaller of the two parks that we visit. Not much color yet, but some potential.
“I know you guys are sitting, but did you bring that bag of peanuts out with you?”
Looking through the backstop of the largest baseball field. These trees are beginning to turn.
There used to be a line of five trees here. Three were cut down last week.
I’m trying to see what Maddie finds so fascinating.
Once again, this is the only puddle Maddie likes to stand in.
What used to be a line of trees has been reduced to two.
There it is.
By the time we get to the park, the puddles are usually gone.
I had to include the tree that doesn’t change color
This tree is always one of the first in the neighborhood to change color.
Some color in my favorite puddle.
Geese – once again heading northwest.
They took down several trees that were crowding the flag.