It was a splendid sunny day yesterday, so I took a walk down to the botanical gardens. I was surprised to see monarch butterflies. The insects will all be dead shortly as freezing temperatures arrive.
There seems to be a lot of reds and yellows this year as opposed to orange.
All the never-wake-up berry trees are laden with fruit. I thought these looked just like tomatoes, or an old fashioned pin cushion.
If this were a puzzle, it would be difficult to get all the red part done.
I don't know, I just thought the olympic stadium looked like the stairway to the clouds.
This puzzle would be even harder.
The Japanese gardens always calm the soul.
Even the ground littered with leaves reminded me of a painting.
A collage of the walk. The fall foliage cycle happens so fast. In two weeks, most of the trees will be bare. I recommend paying attention.